Let’s celebrate 125 years of making authentic American denim. The Cone Denim was formed in 1891 out of the entrepreneurial spirit of brothers Moses and Caesar Cone. Since then, their productions have become an important part of American Heritage. The brothers became a team of the largest denim production in the world, and were referred to as the “Denim Kings”. Cone Denim operates as part of an international group including the flagship White Oak mill located in Greensboro, NC. Cone Denim has represented authenticity and innovation for over a century, and today it continues to service and inspire the global market. In this moment you will experience the same spirit, precision, and advanced capability that has inspired four talented dreamers.
Revolution Mill is a historic textile mill located just north of downtown Greensboro. The 45-acre campus is currently being redeveloped as a place to live, work, and create. As a result of the impact the Cone Brothers had on Greensboro in the 19th century, the mill is being redeveloped and will feature 142 apartments, 250,000 square feet of Class A office space, 26,000 square feet of creative studios, and spaces for restaurants, coffee shops, performances, events, and a future greenway connection.
The 36 foot backdrop for the White Oak Mill Canteen, photographed by Mark Wagoner
Our Guests in the White Oak Mill Canteen Photographed by Torey Searcy