We are all familiar with the thickly stitched horseshoe that each pair of True Religion’s comes equipped with, but we have to say their Fall/Winter 2012 lookbook is throwing us off into a new direction, and we like it. The brand’s latest lookbook exudes uncharted hues, vintage patterns and prints we are going to want to wear all season long. With different washes and leg openings this is a collection you’ve got to check out and most likely snag up more than one pair.
Images via Denimology.
Tags: colored denim, Denim On Denim, denim shirt, Fall/Winter 2012, LookBook, True Religion
We’ve notice for quite some time how Lee Jeans in Europe (aka Lee Europe) has a covetable collection of on-trend jeans for men and women, and they continue to surge forward for Fall-Winter 2012 with a range of colored jeans in tailored cuts and sleek silhouettes. You wouldn’t even stop to think that its American counterpart collection could somehow be related, but we won’t go there. We only hope Lee brings some of those yummy jeans stateside, because we’re ready to have our minds changed. Yes, Lee Jeans might possibly be cool again in the U.S. Check out the gallery for all the velvety, sleek looks!
—Kathy Ng Hassan
Tags: bell bottom jeans, colored jeans, Lee Europe, lee jeans, Lee Jeans Europe Fall-Winter 2012, slim jeans, tailored jeans
Guess is known for its sexier take on denim and they’re certainly turning up the heat for fall/winter 2012. For women, they’ve styled skinny jeans with luxe coats, collared shirts (even if they’re sometimes, um, see-through), bold take-charge heels, and chunky gold accessories. The message they’re sending men? Turn down the glam, turn up the campy rugged edge with fisherman’s sweaters, dusty boots, and suspenders. But we still think that is sexy, FYI.
Images via Denimology
Tags: colored jeans, Denim On Denim, Denim shirts, Guess, jeans for going out, men's guess jeans, skinny jeans
Whether it’s denim on denim or a dash of denim in an accessory, it’s fair to say we are denim hungry. Shopbop rounded-up a “New Directions in Denim Lookbook” with hints and splashes of denim that can’t be missed for this season. From some of our favorite designers, their round-up does not disappoint. Check out their lateset lookbook with some of the newest denim trends that will leave you wanting these pieces in your closet.
1. Citizens of Humanity Charlie Super Flare 2. Rag & Bone Enamel Skinny Belt
3. Jean-Michel Cazabat Ashanti Wedge 4. Rag & Bone Skinny in Metallic Rose
Tags: 3.1 Phillip Lim, AG Jeans, Chloe, Citizens, DL 1961, Jean-Michel Cazabat, LookBook, rag & bone, Shopbob denim lookbook, Shopbop, Thakoon
Free People found the best way to make their clothes pop was by contrasting their colorful attire with beautiful land and landmarks. Models Martha Hunt and Michele Ouellet traveled with the team to Vietnam to shoot a magnificent lookbook for the brand’s March editorial. The calming landscape evokes a sense of endless pacifism and provides the perfect backdrop to bring the bohemian brand’s style to life.
Images via Fashion Gone Rouge.
Tags: free people, Free People March Editorial, LookBook, Martha Hunt, Michele Ouellet
There’s no stodgy styling in the spring/summer 2012 lookbook for Topshop’s denim line for ladies and we’re super-glad. The funky fresh outfits would be perfect for a summer music festival or a day-to-night beach look. Guess we’re not the only ones planning for summer already! Based on these images, we have an excellent variety to look forward to: floral, metallic, faded, and colored jeans galore. Plus, bedazzled shorts, highlighter-saturated jackets, and tie-dye denim vests. All of these pieces work together with a slightly hip-hop vibe, a colorful break in neutral toned monotony.
Images via Denimology
Tags: colored jeans, denim vest, funky ethnic prints, tie-dyed denim, topshop denim
Are you a bow tie kind of man? We know a few gentlemen who might appreciate the sartorial accents provided by Italian designer Federico Batelli‘s range of denim bowties, new for Spring-Summer 2012. The “Untitled” collection features bow ties in a variety of indigo, tie-dyed and bleached effects, whether that be in denim or chambray. We’re loving the variety of textures on these portable accessories, worthy of The Sartorialist‘s attention. Now the question remains: how would you style your denim bowtie?
For more information, go the Federico Batelli’s Facebook Page.
—Kathy Ng Hassan
Tags: bow ties, denim bowties, federico batelli