Ever wonder the thought process behind the making of a pair of jeans? Monsieur-T, the design company behind the production of Nadel&Pen and more, has given their insight on how those brands are produced.
Mosieur-T is a South West France based design company that work for brands and trend-offices in the United Kingdom, California, and of course France. Tilmann Wröbel and Lucie Germser, the heads behind the design company, along with their team has helped many brands inject their DNA and get their products out to the public. With a background in both streetwear and couture from brands like Etnies to Christian Dior; Tilmann Wröbel has fused the aesthetic of both to help many brands push the envelope when it comes to design. Whether it is giving their product a vintage feel or having well tailored, couture denim.
With the “team’s” education in fabrics, patterns, and wash along having a love of detail, Monsieur-T chooses the same approach as “the good old shoemaker from back in the day” rather than the “computer file + pantone” mass-market to produce the most earnest products.
With hopes to prevent what they call “fast-fashion” consumerism, which means people usually buy only to dispose without thought, leading to textile pollution. An explanation is written inside each pair of their Nadel&Pen denim to explain why and how they should be cared for. Hoping that in the future many brands will choose similar views.