Wouter Munnichs, founder of Long John and denim specialist for brands and retails, has chosen our “Toro Seduto” Single Rider Canvas jacket -limited edition- for his interview for The Heritage Post No. 33, March 2020.
The interview, just published on the special issue of March 2020, deals with Munnichs’s life and the roots of his vocation. Munnichs began to grow his passion for denim at the age of 12. Right now, after 25 years of experience in denim, footwear, and lifestyle industry, he daily provides advice and news on his online magazine, Long John. He is also working as a freelance denim specialist for brands and retails.
What about Long John?
Long John is an online magazine established in the Netherlands in 2011, by Wouter Munnichs. The core of the magazine is denim. You can explore the world of denim through its updated posts about jeans, jackets, bags, and even aprons. The magazine also has room for other high-quality products, such as leather shoes and vintage bandanas.
If you are interested in:
- Exploring the latest (denim) trends
- Meeting (denim) people
- Finding outstanding pieces and stores
Long John is right for you (and its website is available in 10 languages!)
What about The Heritage Post?
The Heritage Post is a German magazine for authentic people, first released in 2012. It is unconventionally created with passion and dedication to present a good lifestyle in all areas of life. The magazine wants its readers to form their own opinions and individual style. The Heritage Post is much more than a fashion magazine: it shows extraordinary things and timeless products. Old objects, almost forgotten, are so revisited to give life to iconic pieces.
In particular, The Heritage Post No. 33, March 2020, is dedicated to the Japanese lifestyle:
- Clothing brands
Part of each edition of The Heritage Post is The Rugged Guys chapter, where people show their outfits, their most favorite items. And it is where Munnichs wears our “Toro Seduto” Single Rider Canvas jacket -limited edition-.
Thank you, Wouter! Hope to see you again really soon
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