By the late s and through the early s, there was a boom in heritage-oriented brands popping up in Europe and the US. The return to the roots of jeans also fostered a niche of one-man and made-to-measure brands.
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Eventually, the inevitable happened; heritage went mainstream. Raw denim has also made it into the world of fast fashion. Of course, the way fast fashion companies can sell jeans made from Japanese selvedge denim at prices like that is a little concept called economies of scale. When you book millions of metres of denim, even production in Japanese can get an attractive price point per unit.
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Eventually, some of these guys will become converts and opt for the real deal. This concludes my analysis of how the Japanese pioneered heritage fashion and changed the history of jeans.
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Return to Book Page. Rupert A Cox Editor. This book examines the making of heritage in contemporary Japan, investigating the ways in which particular objects, practices and institutions are ascribed public recognition and political significance. Through detailed ethnographic and historical case studies, it analyses the social, economic, and even global political dimensions of cultural heritage. It shows how claims This book examines the making of heritage in contemporary Japan, investigating the ways in which particular objects, practices and institutions are ascribed public recognition and political significance.
It shows how claims to heritage status in Japan stress different material qualities of objects, places and people - based upon their ages, originality and usage.
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Following on an introduction that thoroughly assesses the field, the ethnographic and historiographic case studies range from geisha; noh masks; and the tea ceremony; urban architecture; automata; a utopian commune and the sites of Mitsubishi company history. They examine how their heritage value is made and re-made, and appraise the construction of heritage in cases where the heritage value resides in the very substance of the object s material composition - for example, in architecture, landscapes and designs - and show how the heritage industry adds values to existing assets: such as sacredness, urban charm or architectural and ethnic distinctiveness.
The book questions the interpretation of material heritage as an enduring expression of social relations, aesthetic values and authenticity which, once conferred, undergoes no subsequent change, and standard dismissals of heritage as merely a tool for enshrining the nation; supporting the powerful; fostering nostalgic escapism; or advancing capitalist exploitation.
Finally, it considers the role of people as agents of heritage production, and analyses the complexity of the relationships between people and objects. Tsubasa Endoh is a professional soccer player for Toronto FC who plays as a winger or as a second striker.
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