Artisanal jeans label Earnest Sewn was born from an appreciation for denim’s rustic Americana past. The label's creator, Scott Morrison, got his first job in denim at Mudd Jeans, where he developed an idea for an American-made denim collection. His concept ultimately became Paper Denim & Cloth, which quickly became one of the world's preeminent denim brands. Five years later he began Earnest, which uses specialized techniques to make hearty and deconstructed jeans — plus a range of sharp outerwear, essential button-downs, and more — that are “handcrafted to perfection.” Each pair is even stamped with the signature of the person who made them.
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Born and raised in Palm Springs, California, Earnest Sewn’s creator Scott Morrison got his first job in denim when he moved to New York at the age of 25 and started at Mudd jeans. It was there that Morrison developed a new idea for an American made denim collection that would offer up hearty and deconstructed jeans to compete with the likes of Diesel and Replay. This concept ultimately became Paper Denim & Cloth, which quickly grew as one of the world's preeminent denim brands. Morrison moved on after 5 years to create Earnest Sewn, a brand born from an appreciation for denim’s rustic Americana past. The company’s focus is rooted in specialized technique to create designs that are “handcrafted to perfection” ¬– each pair is even stamped with the signatures of the people who made them. Earnest Sewn has been featured in Details, Men’s Journal and New York Magazine and their authentic handmade details can be seen throughout Hollywood on A-list actors and musicians alike. You can find Earnest Sewn sold in top stores like, Barneys New York, Saks Fifth Avenue and now, Gilt Groupe.