A 100-Year-Old American Workwear Brand Is Reborn In Japan

Farah’s history is pretty interesting: it was founded in 1920 by Mansour and Hana (Abihider) Farah in El Paso, Texas as a purveyor of affordable casual workwear.

It eventually expanded into denim jeans, military uniforms, and similar sundries. By the late ’60s, Farah was El Paso’s second largest employer and even went public. Read more at High Snobiety.