Worn + Torn: Swift Mills 14 oz. Left Hand Twill

One of the first pairs of denim we produced was made using some denim from a now defunct mill in Georgia. It was a Swift Mills 14 ounce left hand twill. A good customer of ours, Jackson West, put his pair through the ringer and back. He came in to have a button replaced and we couldn't pass up the opportunity to photograph the beautiful fade he has put on them. After about two years of wearing and a few washes the deep blue of the indigo has bleached out to classic sky blue with lots of contrast on the the seams. It's always great to see how people live in the garments we produce. Thanks for sharing Jakson.

shane rocking the mechanic and a packable lane splitter
January 07, 2021

A Meditative Medium—In Conversation With Shane Miller

We recently caught up with our buddy, Nashville-based painter Shane Miller, whose work we’ve highlighted before. Beyond his work, Shane is an all-around awesome dude, so we’re always excited to chat with him about what inspires him, his favorite gear, and his life in Nashville.

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Monica wearing the Packable Lane Splitter in a field
December 21, 2020

Facing The Music With Monica Valli

People often call Taylor Stitch a menswear brand, but as far as we're concerned, our gear is for everybody. If you're not convinced, allow us to introduce you to Monica Valli, a professional guitar player with a penchant for blistering blues licks and a discerning eye for style. 

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