Here at Denim Debutante, we ADORE new denim lines and get really excited when new brand pop up. Private Stock is one you’ll be seeing everywhere soon (designer John Koon is an entrepreneur of the coolest kind – he made his first million at 16!). We got a sneak peek into the line here so we could review it just for you!
Brad is wearing Private Stock’s Morrison Hill jean in a size 32. The brand seems to run a bit small, especially since the Gloucester Jean (which isn’t pictured) was just a bit too small to fit comfortably.
Here’s a little background on Private Stock Denim:
Founded in Hong Kong, Private Stock Denim Company maintains the integrity and tradition of true denim purists worldwide, each garment is intended to be loved and cherished as one’s most valued possession. Private Stock is a journey through the private closet of the world’s most infamous denim junkies. Each garment represents items of true distinction and exclusivity: custom weaved Japanese denim, rare indigo dyes, secret wash formulas, and a perfectionist approach to detail, fit, and finish. Every piece is hand washed by a professional denim maniac so no one piece is the same. Each pair of jeans has its own identity proudly carrying on a denim tradition that has been nurtured for generations. Saluting the pursuit of exclusivity.
These jeans were both Selvage (a note you can see with the front pocket detail shot below) and the denim was of higher quality than many standard mens lines. The wash is definitely flattering for guys, particularly those with an athletic build, and the slight distressing and fade wash at the thigh will hold its own against new trendy styles.
They run about a 32″ inseam for the 32, so they’re great for shorter guys (men with a little height will have to pass on this style). The fact that they didn’t come in multiple inseams definitely is a bit of a downfall, but the price is decent and the quality is fantastic.
Private Stock Denim will be available in 2011 at select stores and online at PrivateStockDenim.com. Do you like this style for guys?