French Work Pants from orSlow @andPheb


FASHIONPATHFINDER.TOKYO and FPFT model Yukie have visited “andPheb” in Koenji.

It is a modest shop located on a small alley off the main arcade in Koenji.
The town is lively at night with young musicians coming to a number of music venues there.
In the day time, it is very popular for high quality but low-priced vintage shops.


The buyer of andPheb, Kogo started an online shop called Pheb International in 2007 and opened the offline outlet in Koenji in 2011.
He has excellent knowledge of fashion, from vintage to modern design as well as construction of clothing.
The brands and items have been selected for both the shops based strictly on his understanding of garments and it attracts passionate fashionistas.


The shop’s huge brand selection includes great Japanese brands, such as Anatomica, Fil Melange, warehouse and Sanca.

We have chosen orSlow’s work pants to introduce from the list.


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Ichiro Nakatsu built his denim career in Okayama at one of the best jeans makers in Japan to launch orSlow.
His clothing is produced with vintage machinery.
Surprisingly, some of them are from the 50’s and working perfectly.
10 types of vintage machines with different function need to be used to create a pair of his pants like how pants were produced in the old time.
He believes that this is the only way to gain the “classic-ness” in his garments.

Keeping the “classic-ness” orSlow comes up with modern ideas.
French Work Pants is a great example.
They have old European workwear details like a deep-rise crotch and a tool pocket located on the side.

The brand made the pants of their original light weight herringbone fabric with an elastic waist.
This makes them look like today’s what’s-so-called easy pants.

The “classic” pants can be worn “modern”.

French Work Pants from orSlow is available at andPheb and its online shop Pheb International.

Find more information about and Pheb on our Brand Dictionary.

More photos from our facebook page.

4-24-11-103 Koenjiminami, Suginami-ku, Tokyo

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