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Bandana Embroidery Denim Pants in Black/Purple in White/Yellow

NOMA t.d.

$168 $335

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Description +

Noma t.d.'s plays with the iconic pairing of bandanas and blue jeans with their Bandana Embroidery Denim Pants, a straight-leg jean adorned with an embroidered bandana motif at the front of each leg. The pair is finished with classic jean details such as five-pocket styling, a button fly, contrast stitching, and fading throughout. 

  • Made in Thailand
  • 100% Cotton
  • Fading throughout
  • Button-fly
  • 5-pocket styling
  • Embroidered graphics
  • Contrast stitching

Sizing & Fit +

  • Straight leg fit
  • Model is 5'11 and wears a size L

Designer Profile +

In 2005 NOMA t.d. was launched in Tokyo by Masako Noguchi and Takuma Sasaki. They are signified by the original hand-drawn textiles that are produced in every collection. By implementing traditional techniques and artisan skills, NOMA t.d. blends traditional into contemporary. The product range has expanded interiors and arts, as well as exhibition curation and publishing projects featuring other artists including painters and photographers. 

Masako Noguchi began her career as a textile designer while pursuing BA Textile Design at Chelsea College of Arts in London. Upon graduation in 2003, she moved to New York to produce textile designs to numerous fashion brands before relocating to Tokyo and establishing NOMA t.d. with Takuma. Masako showcases artwork regularly, including her artbook "Between Line And Pattern (2017)”.  
Takuma Sasaki has worked extensively as a buyer and director for several select shops in Tokyo, traveling regularly to New York, London and Paris in search of new talents and brands.

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