Originally Posted by Lane
This tricky hue is in fact one of the reasons I was drawn to it -- it is very much black, but the one begins to question it, is it really pure black?!
Overdyed painter's canvas, requested that rear hardware be removed since I don't care for a piece of metal attached to my backside.
Of course he's busy in Paris so it won't be sent to me for some time, I don't really care about immediate gratification though. He will be having some nice surprises this spring. Watch this space for more news !
I bought it for that reason too, but damn sometimes it comes out way too strong, almost like indigo.
best fit ever, hate the random ass metal in my ass too, when I lay on the ground it hurts. [/quote]
Got a pair of over dyed painter's canvas jeans in black from zamb from his earliest collection. Jeans is tough as hell when I got it, had to soak and wear it twice for it to finally get comfortable plus about 2 weeks of wear. Now they have softened out a lot and become very comfortable. Mine displays some bluish-grey hues under direct sunlight. But what i think is the nicest part about them is the undyed cotton peeking out at the seams, making it a very interesting pair of jeans. not to mention the salt residue, which may make some parts look "marbled".Edited by hurhur - 1/25/12 at 7:55pm