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Schaeffers denim worn

Here is a pair of our main 15.5 oz indigo dyed Japanese raw
denim made here in our shop in Hollywood, CA. These have 1.5 years
of wear with two washes in machine with Dr. Bronners then hang
dried.

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SCHAEFFERS GARMENT HOTEL NEW DENIM 2012

 


ROBERT SCHAEFFER WEARING 2012 SCHAEFFERS GARMENT HOTEL DENIM

 

 

 

 

WORN SCHAEFFERS GARMENT HOTEL DENIM 15OZ JEANS

 


1950’s Worker Chino Pants Custom Tailored at Schaeffer’s Garment Hotel


We have the perfect chino for you this summer! Usually with a vintage chino you run into the problem of them being the most comfortable chino you have ever tried on, but they are so baggy you can’t wear them out of the house. So what we did for this summer is found 35 of the best 1950’s Shop Chinos of different colors and tailored them to our denim specs. Now you can have an amazing vintage chino that fits as good as it feels. There are a few colors that we have for you to choose from including blue, green, brown, grey, and khaki. The sizes run from 29-36 and there is also extra material in the waist to be taken out if need be. Here are a couple shots of them, if you want to know more please call the store or email Robert.

1950's Green Chino

1950's Dark Grey Chino

1950's Green Chino

1950's Grey Chino


S.G.H KAIHARA DENIM 16OZ RAW WINTER/SPRING DENIM

Hello everyone, we now are using a shuttle loom spun denim from Kaihara mill in Japan and we have about 50 pairs left in our store fro sale. This run was excellent and we made a few adjustments to the pattern to overcome some issues of fit preference from last run with the Italian denim. We made about 150 pairs and have sold all but about 50 units. I want to go with Kaihara Denim for all of our runs from now on if we are able to secure the fabric of our choice. Being a small manufacture and store there are great rewards but the downside is its hard to get the smaller run of fabric that we need instead of buying a large amount. I know that in time we will have 5-10k yards on hand at all times but as of now we are focused on getting what we need and making sure that the fit and end product is way above quality and fit expectations. If anyone has purchased any denim from us then you know that we go to extreme lengths to make sure that each and every pair fits to your liking and we back all of our denim with a guarantee and re-fitting offered with in the first year for free to you the customer. So until the next main fabric is secured we have a small amount left for sale, please contact us if you are intested in a pair or just want to know more about our denim and company. We do have 45 year old Cone denim that is un-used, but we have enough to make about 45 pairs so it will be released when we want to do a special project later on this year. Our black Japanese 13oz has also sold well but we purchased more that the blue being there was more available. We have a good run of about15 pieces in each size for purchase. I have put some pictures of the denim here until our photo shoot is done this weekend. Enjoy and remember to contact us below for any questions or purchase information.

Schaeffers Garment Hotel

SCHAEFFERS GARMENT HOTEL BLACK KAIHARA 160Z DENIM

SCHAEFFERS GARMENT HOTEL BLACK KAIHARA 160Z DENIM

SCHAEFFERS GARMENT HOTEL BLACK KAIHARA 130Z DENIM

Robert Schaeffer

robert@schaeffersgarmenthotel.com

SCHAEFFERS GARMENT HOTEL BLACK KAIHARA 130Z DENIM

323-864-2781


SCHAEFFERS GARMENT HOTEL DENIM PHOTOGRAPHY SHOOT

My friend and talented photographer Myles Blankenship did a photo shoot  for my denim line for the web site. All of the pictures are of the new denim right off the rack accept a few of the white board pictures are of my pair that I have worn everyday for the last 4 months with no wash and heavy wear. I hope you enjoy!

Robert Schaeffer

S.G.H NEW DENIM MODEL SHOOT

NEW S.G.H DENIM MODEL SHOOT

NEW S.G.H DENIM MODEL SHOOT

NEW S.G.H DENIM MODEL SHOOT

NEW S.G.H DENIM MODEL SHOOT

NEW S.G.H DENIM MODEL SHOOT

NEW S.G.H DENIM WITH HARDWARE

NEW S.G.H DENIM

NEW S.G.H DENIM

NEW S.G.H DENIM PRODUCT SHOOT

NEW S.G.H DENIM PRODUCT SHOOT

NEW S.G.H DENIM PRODUCT SHOOT

S.G.H DENIM AFTER 4 MONTHS OF HARD WEAR EVERY DAY

S.G.H DENIM AFTER 4 MONTHS OF HARD WEAR EVERY DAY

S.G.H DENIM AFTER 4 MONTHS OF HARD WEAR EVERY DAY

 


SCHAEFFERS GARMENT HOTEL DENIM WASHING METHOD:

Washing your indigo denim jeans can be a very controversial topic. There are some jean company’s that ask you to run into the ocean and let the salt water take effect to the denim and shape to you then there are some people whom do not wash their jeans at all. I have been doing denim repair and alteration for 5 years before starting my own raw shuttle loom produced denim company and I have to say there are a few good ways to clean your favorite raw jeans so I want to go over a few of the ways that we feel are best from our experience with our denim and others that we have tested and worn.  When you purchase a pair of jeans that you are wanting to break in, you want to decide what your end result is that you want. To obtain a perfect worn in look and not compromise the construction of the jean it does require that you soak wash the denim a few time within the first year of wearing them. Some people wear their jeans almost every day for a year or more. That will give you an awesome fade because only the areas where you put wear will wash out, the downside to that is the acids and salt that your body naturally gives off will eat away at the jeans in the seat and crotch area. For my denim repair business that means we stay busy repairing jeans to their natural state at a cost to the customer. You also will have a very stinky pair of jeans without washing them which is where the discipline comes in and depending on your situation personally can require patience from your relationship partner. So I have a way that we suggest to all of our repair customers and denim customers. This is our basic and easy way to maximise the construction, fade, and wearability of the jeans while wearing them every day to a few times a week.

1) When purchasing your new denim ask the sales professional if they are sanforized or non-sanforized. Sanforized is a term for compressed cotton which means it has very minimal shrinking. Non- Sanforized denim is a shrink to fit denim which requires you to soak the jeans and hang dry them to as many times as it takes to get to your specific fit.

2) We are going to assume that you are dealing with a sanforzed denim, so the first step is deciding if you need a soak before you start your wear period. If the jeans fit almost to tight then they are the correct size and do not need soaking. The rule is if all the buttons button firmly but close but the top is on the line of un comfortable then they will stretch to your exact size. When buying raw denim you have to almost under size one size so that they will stretch to your body and not end up baggy and out of shape. If the pair you bought is a perfect size with no room to stretch then you can do a basic soak in which I will describe later in this article.

3)This is the easiest step of all and that is to wear your jeans everyday that you wear denim for 6 months. There is no wash that is required even if you spill food, drink etc on them. If you have any dirt, oil, beverage, food etc.. then you want to get a towel that is damp and lightly rub in an up and down fashion to wipe the problem stain off the jeans. This will insure you to not look like a slob and wear your jeans in style while breaking them in.

4) At any point during the 6 month wear period you can take your jeans and lay them flat, put a fabric softener sheet or two on the mid part of the jeans and then roll them up from leg to waist. When they are rolled up put them into a freezer bag, seal it and place them in the freezer for 2 days and then pull them out and they will be ready to wear with no smell.

5) 6 Month soak: At 6 months we recommend you soak your jeans in the tub  woolite dark or all natural garment soap. Fill the tub with 6″ of water  and put the soap of your choice in the tub before you place the jeans in. Mix the soap in the tub thoroughly then place the jeans in the tub laid flat. Do not move the jeans around, just leave them for an hour then pull them out and let them hang dry over the tub with the water drained. If you do not have a tub you can do this in your sink or if this all is too much you can use your washer without the spin cycle and hang dry after the cycle is over. I like to put them jeans on when they are almost completely dry but not totally dry so that the jeans can conform to my body as they finish the last 10% of the drying process.

6) After these steps I repeat them exactly for the next 6 months and so on as I wear the jeans. unfortunately by the time I get them worn into perfect I usually am on to the next jean I want to break in. It always seems to be a bitter-sweet when they are completed but I hope to come back to them when I have missed them enough.

To finish, we currently have 15oz Italian denim produced from old Shuttle Looms that is a cross weave stitch and is rope dyed. It takes twice as long to break our jeans in due to the high amount of natural indigo that is used in the dying process. So I wish you well with your new jeans and we are always here if you decide to try ours.

Robert Schaeffer

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SCHAEFFERS GARMENT HOTEL DENIM RELEASE PARTY FRIDAY AUGUST 6TH 7PM

We are having our denim company release party this Friday August 6th at 7pm at our store on Sunset blvd in Los Angeles, CA. If any of our blog followers are in the area this Friday the invite is extended to you. We will have  free drinks and good times for all. We do event party’s every month and this one is a special one that we have all worked hard to make happen. The formation of the S.G.H. Denim Co. has taken a while to form and after all the endless days and nights to accomplish what we feel is a REAL handmade jean that is from a highly regarded denim mill in Italy, it is here. The denim that we decided to go with is a redline selvage 15oz black blue cross weave indigo denim constructed from old shuttle looms that were bought out of the old denim factorys from the pre 60’s. There is only a handfull of mills in the world that actually still use these machines, it is expensive to buy but worth it. We have sold out of every pair that we have created already and hope to be able to make more than we can sell. We will only be running a few hundred pairs of this denim so I hope that every one can have a chance to view them this Friday and possibly own a pair for themselves. The flier listed has all the info and address is listed below.