started by Victor Lytvinenko and Sarah Yarborough
Raleigh Denim Workshop is the American enterprise / art project / romantic adventure started by Victor Lytvinenko and Sarah Yarborough. It began as a quest propelled by Lytvinenko’s fascination with denim and turned into a full-fledged business when in 2008 Barneys New York discovered and praised their jeans. The company’s core designs are made by “non-automated jeansmiths” in their workshop in downtown Raleigh, NC. They believe in making clothes to awaken people’s creativity and their products often begin as late-night art projects in collaboration with fellow creatives. Raleigh Denim Workshop apparel is sold online at RaleighDenimWorkshop.com, in select boutiques across the country, and in “The Curatory,” the company’s own retail store located in front of their workshop.