H&M knows that the desire to capture iconic 70s beauty is as popular as ever, and they smartly worked Lara Stone into the mix to ensure their newest campaign for fall—which is, as you can see, oozing with 70s vibes—is a hit. She wears high waisted flare leg jeans like no one else. The mix of light wash denim and camel hues feels as fresh as ever. Could it be that we just never grow tired of seeing this aesthetic? Check out the full campaign.
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Stella McCartney, a designer known for her quirky, modern denim dress designs, really gets behind her product. She was recently snapped wearing one of her denim dresses on the streets of NYC. She looks like she couldn’t care less whether you like her dress or not, which makes us like it even more. Do your thing, Stella.
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Upon the release of Alexa Chung‘s newest AG Jeans collection, she made a statement that allowed all hardcore skinny jeans fans to breath a sigh of relief… that is, if they count on It-girls to call the shots in their wardrobe. In an exclusive post for Refinery29, she shares the inspiration behind her collection, as well as her feedback on the future of the skinny fit. When asked what she would say to those who have declared the death of the trend, she responded:
“I would say they have too much time on their hands. Who sits and thinks about what’s over; it’s all next, next, next for me. Also, I still wear skinny jeans, so I’m probably not the right person to ask. You have to dress for your shape, and I look better in that cut, so I don’t think they’ll die in my wardrobe.”
Images via Refinery29.
Check out the full interview and shop the collection.
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After the exciting commencement of New York Fashion Week: Men’s, came the rush of New York Market Week where designers and brands showed off their freshest designs and samples to retailers in showrooms across the city.
We started our week at Project New York and our very first stop was E.N.D. denim. We had a brief glimpse of the E.N.D. denim line at the Denim Expo hosted by BPD Washhouse in June. E.N.D. is the new offshoot of the venerable Japanese denim brand Edwin (E.N.D. is an acronym of Edwin ‘N Denim). This sub-brand is so new that at this point that their digital footprint is almost nonexistent so we were lucky to have a quick chat with the designer, Yutaka Endo, and get a closer look at the collection at Project.
Highlights of the collection include denim at an entry-level price point, light chambray shirts, hoodies, and super soft polo shirts. All of the pieces feature one or two of E.N.D.’s signature motifs: the mizuhiki or the asanoha pattern. The mizuhiki knot is a bow traditionally used during gift-giving. The asanoha is an auspicious, abstract hemp leaf pattern. Lookout for the release of E.N.D. in the next year and check back at the Denim Therapy blog for more details on the official launch. If you are in the Brooklyn area you can stop by NOS Boutique in Dumbo to buy a select assortment of E.N.D. teeshirts and men’s jeans.
Traditional asanoha pattern stitched into the pocket of a pair of men’s jeans.
Details on a pair of jeans from the women’s line, including a red mizuhiki symbol embroidered on back pocket and peach fabric detail at waist.
Asanohara pattern on the hood of a dark indigo hoodie.
The roots of E.N.D. Edwin jeans with classic arcuate.
—Emily B. McIntosh
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Who says celebs always have to go designer? Beyoncé was recently snapped stepping out of a limo in New York City last week, wearing a pair of light wash H&M skinny jeans. To our delight, we’re pretty sure a few of us own the same pair! Obviously Bey makes these look like a million bucks, but they’re actually under $50.
Image via Denim Blog.
Grab your pair here.
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Colin Hanks, son of the infamous Tom Hanks and celebrated actor in his own right, was photographed on the red carpet at the Greenwich film festival promoting his latest movie, All Things Must Pass. He wore a Levi’s denim jacket featuring the classic button front and seamed paneling, paired with grey jeans and black boots. A casual ensemble, which works well for his understated aesthetic. Grab a similar jacket here.
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Free People has launched a new vintage denim and clothing capsule collection, which is (obviously) brimming with authentic ’70s inspired denim, including jumpsuits, a denim bustier, and gorgeous crocheted blouses. The lookbook, shot in Venice Beach, perfectly mimics the authentic vintage vibe of the garments themselves, with accessories like guitar cases and wide brimmed hats accentuating each of the looks.
Image via Free People.
Shop the capsule collection.
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The cover of Teen Vogue August is getting a ton of buzz, featuring three of the freshest faces in modeling, decked out in chic denim looks:
“Egyptian-Moroccan Imaan Hammam is a breakout star who landed a career-defining Givenchy campaign and her first Vogue cover. French-Ivorian beauty Aya Jones walked in an astounding 47 runway shows. And Dominican stunner Lineisy Montero kicked off her modeling career on the lauded Prada runway (she, along with Aya and Imaan, are among a small cadre of black models to grace the influential catwalk since Naomi Campbell in the ’90s).” (Check out the full article at Teen Vogue)
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Rihanna totally stole the show in a dior denim dress at the Dior show in Tokyo last week, creating a moment for the paparazzi that could pretty much be turned into a campaign. She continues to kill it with her bold fashion statements and exciting details… like her hyper-glam vintage hair and the henna she has on her hand.
Image via Denim Blog.
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