Celebrating their 20th anniversary this year, Warehouse & Co have been producing authentic, high quality garments since 1995. Founded by twin brothers Kenichi and Kenji Shiotani in Osaka, the duo previously worked under Mr. Yamane at Evisu, together with Miki-San of Full Count. Notoriously humble and reserved, the brothers complete the Osaka 5; a collective based in Osaka whom revolutionized the denim world and are responsible for the vintage jeans boom of the 90s. Known for their meticulous detail and considered construction, Warehouse have successfully and respectfully reproduced garments previously consigned to history. This is realized by their Dubbleworks series, which offers American inspired daily casual wear and Copper King; dating from the 1920s-1970s, particularized by cowboys and synonymous for their good luck rooster mascot. The famous yellow line selvage which graces their denim has been enjoyed by vintage enthusiasts the world over. Recently introduced, the Brown-Duck Digger line focuses on both the illustrious work wear history of America and Eco-friendly principles of Warehouse. Further, the Heller's Cafe line, a collaboration with Mr. Vintage himself Larry McKaughan, is testament to the trust and expertise with which they operate.