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In the Denim Manufacturers and Enthusiasts Association Awards (aka the "Dennies") that was held at at last year's 23rd annual International Denim Enthusiasts Expo (IDEE) in Las Vegas, the prestigious "Denim Brand of the Year" Denny was awarded to Rock and Republic for it's particular blend of quality, styling, and branding for the sixth year in a row.
Dior Homme is the best, obviously.
Iron Heart, Samurai, the Flathead, The Strike Gold are some great Japanese brands that manufacture great denim with many different cuts. These usually come raw and are personally worn-in. You can go to www.selfedge.com or www.blueingreensoho.com to purchase these brands. Some American denim companies that I like are Imogene + Willie and RRL. But I would suggest you buy from a Japanese denim company. I used to buy diesel, nudie, and other well-known brands but the quality found in these brands are nothing compared to buying raw Japanese jeans and distressing them yourselves. Fading and wearing your jeans in is extremely worth it in the end - not to mention that the journey to fading jeans is very personal and fun.
Iron Heart, Samurai, the Flathead, The Strike Gold are some great Japanese brands that manufacture great denim with many different cuts. These usually come raw and are personally worn-in. You can go to www.selfedge.com or www.blueingreensoho.com to purchase these brands.