In a new feature we’re dubbing “Denim Therapy Tips & Tricks” we are committing ourselves to show you how to do denim yourself. From dyeing, to making shorts, to getting wax out of your favorite jeans, we’ll tip and trick you into becoming a denim expert, too. Just watch, learn, and love. Here’s the premiere video!
It’s Block Party time! Come uptown today for the third annual Block Party hosted by David Barton Gym. It’s an evening of fitness, cocktails… and denim! That’s right, Denim Therapy is teaming up with the baddest-ass gym there is during the entire month of August, and we will be at each of the four block parties giving away tons of cool stuff! It’s a summertime must. See you there!
With all this Katy Perry hype surrounding her divorce and new summer movie, Part of Me 3D, we’ve noticed that this girl really does have a lot of tattoos. But, when you think about it, is marking your body with pieces of candy and names of guys you may not stay married to the best idea? Denim Therapy has a super fashionable solution! We’ll “tattoo” your jeans with names, initials, words — whatever you want in whatever font and color you can think of. Save your skin! Tattoo your jeans! It’s way cheaper, too.
While resort season is generally known for clothing conducive to poolside lounging and exotic vacations, when denim is involved it tends to be in the form of super wear-able styles and a dominance of light wash. We also saw some trends pop up, like wide legs and printed boyfriend jeans. Below, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite blue jean cameos in the resort 2013 collections.
Above, Derek Lam
Above, 10 Crosby by Derek Lam; Anna Sui; Band Of Outsiders
Above, Theysken’s Theory
Above, House Of Holland; Gucci; Givenchy
Above, Rachel Comey
Above, Jen Kao; Diesel Black Gold; Chanel
Above, Nina Ricci; Marc by Marc Resort; Proenza Schouler
Renee recently tried out a pair of Raven Caden Carrots in navy. To see some pictures and find out what she had to say (spolier: she loved them!) check out her post below.
What was your first thought when you tried them on?
They’re not quite denim, but a soft, medium-weight cotton in a classic navy. The name “Caden Carrot” was intimidating (carrot-shaped jeans are definitely not meant for my small-bottomed self), but I was pleasantly surprised by the fit.
Where/when would you wear these?
Rolled up, I’ll enjoy these relaxed-fit pants with sandals and some breezy crop tops and tees. A nice sheer button down would be a great way to take these to work.
How’s the fit?
They’re super comfortable, and can be worn low on the hips for a little bit of a drop-crotch look or pulled up for a more of a classic chino feel. Either way, they’re easy breezy.
Denim Therapy wants to make sure all of your denim is in perfect shape before you hit the beach this year. Let us cross one thing off your to-do list! Enjoy 15% off all Denim Therapy services until June 17, 2012 when you use the code DTMEM12 (please note that orders need to be paid for by this date) and let the summer lovin’ begin!
Two of the biggest, boldest looks in denim this season are bright colors and jeans that are distressed and destroyed. We’ve seen everything from causal knee holes to seriously torn legs. But how do you decide where the line is — the line between fashionable frays and ferocious tears is a fine one, and Denim Therapy is here for you when you decide the holes are too holy or they just aren’t cool anymore. We can fix the smallest rips to providing complete rebuilding of your jeans, plus so much more. Take a look!
Last week we shared our photoshoot with Brooklyn DJ and fashion minx Haruka Salt. Now watch to see what her favorite denim brands are and get an even closer look into her Bed Stuy apartment (and closet). We showed her how to pair pastels with zebra print jeans and neon tank tops with vintage acid wash and now you can learn the tricks of the trade, too!
EACH x OTHER’s latest lookbook is here and it’s nothing short of rocker grunge. The new photos are jam packed with the brand’s androgynous chic style with a perfect mash up of hipster flare. EACH x OTHER’s unique collaboration of fashion designers, artists, poets, filmmakers and musicians make for an exclusive line that flaunts flattering unisex fits. Their rough luxury denim is just the beginning with raw fabrications and timeless cuts. Check out the teaser for their Lookbook Fall/Winter 2012 collection.
Alex Spencer is the Australian beauty starring in Car Mar (LF Store‘s new denim line)’s latest lookbook. The shoot takes place in Venice Beach and sums up a perfect lazy summer day, from toting a surf board through the streets to lounging around on the couch. Skateboards and beach houses are not forgotten, of course. The denim itself lends itself nicely to west coast lifestyle, but downtown east coast girls will be rocking it just as easily. Our favorites? A pair of destroyed peach cut-off shorts and a dip-dye bleached out workshirt.