Godspeed is a Melbourne based response to Japanese quality clothing and style by creative director Martin Kirby. Martin spent his formative years living in Japan developing friendships and working relationships with industry legends such as Mikiharu Tsujita of Fullcount, Masaki Egawa of Trophy Clothing and Nau Shima of Neighborhood.
Superior in quality with utmost respect for craftsmanship and traditional materials Godspeed has the environment and our responsibility for a better future at the forefront of each and every step.
Ethically made by skilled Japanese artisans living & working in localised areas of Okayama, Wakayama and Gifu prefectures; famed for their production of each specific product.
Where is Godspeeds denim made?
Godspeed Denim is all made in Okayama, Japan. The fabric is woven on a vintage Toyoda Number 3 Selvedge Loom, ethicaly asembled by skilled artisans to the highest quality possible.
When was Godspeed founded?
Godspeed started as a small brick & mortar store, founded in 2016 by Martin Kirby. In 2019 Kirby designed the 1950-X, the first pair of Godspeed jeans, made from a slowly woven selvedge denim in Okayama.
Is Godspeed ethical?
All Godspeed products are ethically sourced in every aspect. From the packaging to the garnment, every step is made as ethical as possible.