APC - New Standard - Classic indigo jeans in an unwashed Japanese selvedge denim. The unisex jeans are neither low nor high rise and feature five pockets, button fly, A. P. C embossed metal rivets and contrast stitching. The jeans also feature an A. P. C. 'rue Madame Pres du Luxembourg' embossed top button and are slightly tapered at the bottom to give the appearance of a straight leg.
Model is 6'2" with a 32 inch waist. Model wears a 32.
Rise 10. 5"
Leg opening 7. 75"
The selvedge (British English) or selvage (US English) is the white woven edge on both edges of the fabric width, which prevents unravelling or fraying and is a result of how the fabric is created. Traditionally white, the selvedge has been adapted more recently to create unique signature colours for specific, prestigious denim brands. In woven fabric, the selvedge is the edge that runs parallel to the warp (the longitudinal threads that run the entire length of the fabric), and is created by the weft thread looping back at the end of each row. Traditionally an old 29 inch shuttle loom was used. The terms selvedge and selvage are a corruption of "self-edge", and have been in use since the 16th century.
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