Edwin (company)

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Edwin Chan Co., Ltd.
株式会社エドウイン
Industry Jeans
Founded 1969
Headquarters Tokyo, Japan
Revenue ¥35 billion yen (As of 2002)
Number of employees
365
Website edwin-europe.com

Edwin or often capitalized, EDWIN, is a Japanese clothing brand founded in 1969 by Edwin Company (株式会社エドウイン, Kabushiki-gaisha Edowin) mainly focused on jeans manufacture. The company has 365 employees and a revenue of 35 billion yen (as of 2002) according to the official site.[1][better source needed] The company has the largest flagship fashion store in Japan in Arakawa, Tokyo.

Edwin Head Office

Their most popular line of clothing is the 503 jeans model which was first sold in 1997.

Actor Brad Pitt has been an official spokesman and model for the brand, appearing in many of its advertisements in the past.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.edwin.co.jp/company/index.html
  2. ^ Hall, Allan (17 May 2004). "Hollywood Stars Balance Artistic Integrity with Lucrative Japanese Advertising". Evening Standard. London. Retrieved 15 November 2012 – via HighBeam. (Subscription required (help)). 

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