Truly a dynamic duo, Victor and Sarah Lytvinenko, have been making blue jeans for over a decade in America’s terra sagrada of indigo twill, North Carolina. What few people know is that self taught Victor and Sarah, not only design the jeans, but they actually build & rebuild their machinery, hand-grade + cut & sew their 5 pocket pants themselves. They are as deep as the craft comes. We turned to them for our latest denim collaboration.
Sarah and Victor, are self-taught jean-smiths and early on as they faced challenges they turned to the current & ex-factory workers in the surrounding counties in the hills of North Carolina and Kentucky to impart the expertise that they had learned from working in America’s glory days of denim factories. The machinery they have refurbished is rescued from these same denim workers and for some magical reason jeans built on machinery that last last as well.
The jeans are built in downtown Raleigh by Raleigh Denim’s 10 sewer workshop. Raleigh is one of only a handful in the US to run their own production. Their sewing and construction is tough to equal and super excited to offer this product to our community.
A couple things to mention for the big and tall - Raleigh does offer Sizes 35 + 40 and all their jeans are 35” inseams.