Tenue de Nîmes turns its attention to Italian manufacturing, Japanese fabric and the breathtaking backdrop of Cape Verde to showcase its debut foray into denim. The brand’s Pablo jean is the first step in a collection of garments that live up its principles of timelessness and true quality in manufacturing and design. Manufactured by a small factory in Italy, the Tenue de Nîmes Pablo jean is created with a 14.5 o.z. Memphis II fabric from the Rampuya denim mill in Kojima, Japan, and has been shot on location in Cape Verde by French photographer Sophie Ebrard. Head here for more information and to pick up a pair for $255 USD.