If you have a big wardrobe of clothes and a penchant for making them look stylish, there’s a new brand on the horizon.
It’s called Erie.
The brand has been launched by the business of erie, an Australian clothing and accessories firm.
The firm has launched a new range of eries in Australia, including jeans and shirts.
Erie jeans, for example, are made with a high-quality Japanese denim fabric.
The jeans are hand sewn by Erie denim experts in Japan, which means they’re durable and well-fitted.
Erie jeans have a wide range of colour options, including red, white and grey.
“Erie is the world’s leading Japanese denim brand,” said Erie founder, Michael Kibler.
“Our jeans are made in Japan with the utmost attention to detail, which has led to an unsurpassed quality in every step of the denim making process.
They’re handcrafted in Japan and have a classic look.”
Erie’s denim range has been in the news a lot in recent months.
In September, the company was forced to issue a recall after two customers in Melbourne found that the jeans in their size were too small.
And last week, the retailer apologised for selling a “no-name” version of its jeans, which are made from a single piece of cotton rather than sewn together from multiple denim threads.