We’ve officially snapped into spring mode! We’re all about light-wash jeans, sunshine, and anything you can wear to a picnic. So you can imagine our delight when KASIL, a line developed by the hands of fine artist David Lim, released images of their gorgeous, clean spring 2011 line for us to gawk over. With washes inspired by painting techniques and an acute focus on the perfect fitted jean, KASIL denim is a study in vintage vs. modern and what the contemporary customer truly craves: Style and function.
KASIL kicked off “KASIL Workshop” last summer with former Rachel Zoe assistant Taylor Jacobsen, a collaboration that has thus far given way to the Minx “ultra skinny” silhouetted jean you’ll see below. Designer David Lim is a firm believer in trends originating from the street and recognizes the power of bringing those trends into the line, and it plays through in his approachable, stylish creations.
A note from David Lim…
“Denim is alive! Denim fades, wrinkles and creases over time the more you wear. Random holes and rips that suddenly appear are all natural characteristics of your jeans. That’s the beauty of denim, each hole, rip, crease, wrinkle, dirt, or paint that has become of your favorite pair is a story that is told within your life.” —Designer David Lim of KASIL
Check out some of our favorite looks from the spring 2011 womens line! We’re especially in love with the Minx skinny jeans in “Cake” wash.
Kasil denim is currently available at Free People, Revolve Clothing, and Intermix. Stay tuned for what KASIL denim has cooking—including our exclusive Q&A with David Lim, which will follow shortly!
—Michelle Christina Larsen
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