Denim veteran Tobias Levine teamed up with the founders of Public School—Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne—to put together a line of men’s denim jeans that are every bit as badass as New York City itself, where all the garments are made. The team works closely with the finest production facilities in the garment district to offer this rare component to their line.
The collection offers washes developed and produced exclusively by Wonderland concepts (a wash house in Kentucky owned by Dick Gaines). They also offer entirely un-washed, raw denim variations that allow the consumer to experience the fabric and customize their own pair through repeated wear. Fits include Skinny, Slim and Straight: PS 13, PS 14, and PS 16 respectively. The numbers represent the ankle opening, creating a clear distinction for the wearer as to which fit is best suited to their body. See our favorite four picks below.
Below, the PS 14 Slim fit in Gray Scale wash. A gray-black vintage wash with hand-sand, hand-staining and minor fabric hand-administered vintage treatment on the knee and hem. 14″ leg opening with a 10″ rise. Fabrication is 11.25 oz cotton-poly-spandex selvedge cone white oak denim.
Below, the PS 13 Skinny fit in Noir wash. A black crinoline waxed jean with body heat activated fit and wear acceleration. 13″ leg opening with a 9.5″ rise. Fabrication is 11.25 oz cotton-poly-spandex selvedge cone white oak denim.
Below, the PS 13 Skinny fit in Black Pig wash. A black pigment spray-over white base jean by hand-application. 13″ leg opening with a 9.5″ rise. Fabrication is 10.50 oz cotton spandex cone denim.
Below, the PS 14 Slim fit in Blue Blood. A midnight navy garment-dyed jean with hand 3D natural wear in front pocket entry and behind wearers knee. 14″ leg opening with a 10″ rise. Fabrication is 11.25 oz cotton-poly-spandex selvedge cone white oak denim.
The line is now available at Odin and select Bloomingdale’s locations. Visit Public School online for more.
Photos by Raffael Flores-Contreras.
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Multi-tasking recording artist Seal spent some time kicking a soccer ball around with a camera strapped to his back recently in a pair of loose-fitting G-Star jeans. We love seeing the potential for athletic movement in jeans like this. He was taking his kids to soccer practice (which explains the camera) and got some of his own practice in! The jeans are slightly distressed and roomy enough to run around in, without being too loose or baggy. Take note, fellas.
Grab a pair of loose-fitting G-Star jeans to add to your spring wardrobe.
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Heidi Klum was spotted looking ferocious as ever in a pair of J Brand Super Skinny Leather Jeans. She went all-black for this look, pairing them with a tailored blazer jacket and a black t-shirt. She may already be goddess-tall and thin, but a pair of these jeans will help any gal feel more model-esque (and totally badass).
Love this look? Grab a pair of J Brand Super Skinny Leather Jeans asap.
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When it comes to women’s denim, we have a policy: less is more. We’re all about wild prints and exciting textures to spice life up once in a while, but a favorite pair of neutral-hued skinny jeans or no-fuss cut-off shorts can make the difference between a last minute outfit and a stellar ensemble. Eugene Is My Middle Name released their spring 2013 lookbook full of gorgeous clean lines and vibrant hues for the upcoming warm weather season, and we’re all over it.
See the full lookbook below.
You can shop the spring collection online at Scoop NYC. A percentage of all the brand’s profits are donated to charities that empower lives globally.
—Michelle Christina Larsen
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More spring outfit inspiration coming your way today with a stunning look by blogger Viva Luxury. She combined a pair of destroyed vintage-inspired boyfriend jeans with some sleek separates and accessories in mint green and coral. We’re loving the results, which you can shop below.
Get the look! 1. Bellatrix Fuzzy Eyelet Sweater 2. Alice + Olivia Leather Biker Jacket 3. G-Star 3301 Boyfriend Jeans 4. Coral suede shoes 5. Rebecca Minkoff Metal Corner Clutch 6. Pastel Resin Bib Necklace
Love this look? Let us know on the Denim Therapy facebook.
—Michelle Christina Larsen
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Isn’t it great when you find that perfect-fitting pair of jeans? Miranda Kerr apparently has! Seen multiple times wearing her Frame Denim skinny jeans, Miranda was spotted on both coasts wearing her Le Skinny de Jeanne in Columbia Road. They must be super comfortable, too, if she’s traveling in them. Frame Denim is founded by Jens Grede and Erik Torstensson, two London-based Swedes who “wanted to create the perfect pair of jeans, by bringing together the quality and heritage of denim manufacturing in Los Angeles, with the influence of a London style, cut and fit.”
Love how these jeans look? Grab Miranda’s Frame Denim Le Skinny jeans online now!
Image via Zimbio.com.
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Bellerose Belgium solves an age old problem: What shirt should I wear with my favorite jeans? With this line up of vintage-inspired woven and knit menswear tops, your question is answered. This designer sportswear line produces clothing for those seeking vintage-inspired styles in color, print and texture. Their FW13 collection is inspired by the Seattle grunge movement, featuring contrasting textures that are perfect for effortless layering. See our favorites below!
Below, Mejor. Our top pick, a handmade sweater, made in Peru. 100% wool.
Below, The Laudy coat, made of wool and mohair, featuring the fit of a rain jacket interpreted into a more luxurious approach.
Below, Folong. Japanese brushed cotton with wooden buttons. The flannel was made in an old japanese loom machine similar to selvadge denim about 1 meter long.
Below, Luky jacket. Inspired by the 20′s jacket. Scottish tweed, 80% wool.
See more at Bellerose Belgium.
Photos by Raffael Flores-Contreras.
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