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Denim We Love: 9 Slim & Skinny Jeans for Men

Let’s face it: men also need options when it comes to jeans.  While we agree that not every man should wear skinny jeans, some men can really rock a pair.  And, for the slimmer men out there, a pair of skinnies are the only ones that will fit properly on their bodies.  So, without further adieu, we rounded up nine pairs of skinny jeans that caught our eyes, both for the washes and treatments, and for the potential to flatter the various shapes of the male form.  You’ll be surprised how good you look in them.  Whether you’re a musician or a college professor, we think you’ll find a wearable pair of jeans to wear this season.


1. Ksubi Van Winkle in Dull Metal ($245) – buy it at REVOLVE Clothing.

2. Levi’s 511 Dark Indigo skinny ($90) – buy it at SSENSE.

3. Right: ASOS Carrot Fit skinny jeans in Khaki ($90) – buy it at ASOS.


1. Chambers Waxed Overdye Slim Straight Leg jeans in ($132) – buy it at REVOLVE Clothing.

2. Edwin Sen Japanese Red Selvage skinny jeans ($168.58) – buy it at ASOS.

3. Unbranded Skinny Selvedge jean ($78) – buy it at Urban Outfitters.


1. THEM Atelier Magma Distressed Skinny Jeans ($121) – buy it at REVOLVE Clothing.

2. Nudie Thin Finn Blue ($250) – buy it at SSENSE.

3. 1969 Skinny Fit Jeans in red ($69.95) – buy it at Gap.


What, red jeans?  Read Denim Therapy staffer Eric Schmidt’s review of his slim fit OPENMARKET jeans in red.

—Kathy Ng Hassan


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Posted Mar 22 2012 in Denim Fashion » Denim Menswear

First Look: Chambers Fall 2012

Los Angeles-based menswear brand Chambers is back this fall, and they’re offering reversible classic separates and outerwear with contrast lining.  A great complement to jeans, the clothes are not only hassle-free, but super convenient due to removable components (hoods and sleeves are removable on some jackets).  On trend shawl collars (but not too trendy) and shearling-lined coats offer the right amount of vintage appeal with a punk flavor.  Last fall’s debut collection featured battered and bruised guys wearing Chambers clothing.  This time around, the lookbook has a more uplifted mood, embodying the essence of Los Angeles: a little gritty and a little glamorous.  The collection is expected to drop beginning in mid-July.

First look: Chambers Fall-Winter 2012. Featuring reversible baseball jackets and shirting.

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Photography by Dan Monick. Los Angeles/LA River photography by Joshua Spencer. Go to Chambers online to locate a stockist near you.

—Kathy Ng Hassan

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Posted Feb 01 2012 in Denim Fashion » Denim Menswear » Lookbooks

Chambers Spring 2012: Denim Jackets & Streetwear For The Average Joe

Remember last week, when we posted about Los Angeles-based men’s streetwear label Chambers, featuring battered and bruised models, complete with busted lips and intimidating glares? Their next lookbook, for Spring-Summer 2012 continues to feature the Downtown man (sans bruises), who looks like he could care less about what you think; but, he still cares about tailoring and what goes on his body.  We’re loving how every shirt and jacket really goes well with jeans, but we especially like the low-profile touches from contrast plaid-solid reversible woven shirts to tailoring touches such as shorter shirt hems and semi-hidden button columns.  If you’re an Average Joe who wants to clean up nice without looking like you’ve stepped out of a mall, then put Chambers on your hit list.

Los Angeles-based Chambers clothing releases a range of woven shirts and jackets for the downtown man.

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Photography: Joshua Spencer.  For more information, go to Chambers online.

—Kathy Ng Hassan

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Posted Nov 16 2011 in Denim Fashion » Denim Menswear » Lookbooks

Chambers Fall 2011: Denim Shirts For Men Who Throw Down

Having just debuted at L.A. Fashion Week, Los Angeles-based menswear clothing brand Chambers is changing the game on lookbooks.  If you are going to convey the essence of your fashion line in your freshman year as streetwear for men who work hard and play just as hard, then Chambers has certainly hit the nail on the head.  Featuring woven denim and chambray shirts in tandem with outerwear, you sort of feel this laid back and gentlemanly collection provides an interesting contrast against the battered and bruised models who look ready to throwdown at a moment’s notice.

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Photography: Dan Monick.  Go to Chambers online for more information.


—Kathy Ng Hassan


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Posted Nov 09 2011 in Denim Fashion » Denim Menswear » Lookbooks
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