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Classic Sculptures Wearing Jeans = Awesome

This Monday morning, we’re hooked on a series of images featuring classic sculptures dressed up in modern day threads. And obviously, that means a whole lot of denim. Whether a classic work shirt or a pair of perfectly fitted jeans, it looks like there’s no one who can’t benefit from our favorite fiber—even if they’re literally ancient.




See the full series here.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Sep 23 2013 in Denim Fashion

Denim Therapy On The Crosby Press Denim Mythbusters Video

Owner Francine Rabinovich and denim expert Raffael Flores-Contreras are featured in the latest episode of the The Crosby Press Denim Mythbusters! The two talk washing jeans in the ocean, raw denim addiction, and even sticking your jeans in the oven. Check it out below.

Via The Crosby Press: For Episode 3 of Denim Mythbusterswe rolled uptown to the Garment District, where our savvy denim-saving friends at Denim Therapy bring jeans back from the dead. Francine Rabinovich & Raffael Flores tell us some of the weirder solutions they’ve heard from their customers for cleaning denim, from baking jeans in an oven, to rolling around in the surf.

Special thanks to The Crosby Press for including us in this segment!

—DT Staff

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Posted May 08 2013 in Ask the Denim Therapist » Denim Therapy

Week One Of The Earnest Sewn Denim Challenge

Francine checked in for a post at the end of week 1 for the Earnest Sewn Denim Challenge (see the first post here, where she receives and hems her jeans). After wearing the jeans for a solid week without washing them, they’ve become a bit looser (they are a stretch-blend denim). The light and casual jeans have become the perfect rainy day wardrobe staple to protect against the elements in NYC!



Stay tuned for more!

—DT Staff

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Posted Jun 08 2012 in Ask the Denim Therapist » Denim Therapy

Denim Therapy’s Sarah Talks About Hemming

Being five feet tall is something Sarah at Denim Therapy has come to terms with in her 29 years. She makes Eric get the jeans that are on the high shelves, and she has become an expert at standing on chairs when necessary. But, when she discovered Swedish denim company d.brand made jeans in her perfect waist size, she decided it was time to stop rolling her hems and get jeans that actually fit.  Watch her talk about the revelation she had and get a sneak peak into the Denim Therapy office where all the magic happens.


—Sarah Greene

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Posted Jan 27 2012 in Denim Fashion » Reviews: Brand

Denim Dose: News & Links

Welcome to your morning dose of denim news, links, sales, and other irresistible tid bits of  inside info! Catch up on what’s happening (or totally not happening) and browse our personal picks after scanning the web this morning. Got a tip you think we should include, a sale you want to share, or a style you just saw and can’t live without? Email us!


1. For those about to shop… we salute you. And so does Racked NY, with a huge list of December sales for you to hit up if you’re in the area.

2. The Denim Guy shares his essentials list for what to pack when you fly into NYC for a week.

3. Industry Of All Nations wants you to know they’re available in select Urban Outfitters. Grab your pair of sustainable jeans online as well.

4. INDi Custom was featured on—read all about it!

5. Japanese brand Spellbound released this classic denim jacket for guys, inspired by military denim use in WWII, with distinct streetwear details that don’t sacrifice the integrity of its inspiration.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Dec 06 2011 in Denim News

Quote Of The Day: The Foundation Of Building Your Ideal Wardrobe

“If you can track down the perfect pair of jeans for your figure and a handful of T-shirts that fit you well, you’ll have made a serious dent in building your ideal wardrobe. There’s really nothing that will serve as a better foundation for putting together great outfits.” —Lauren Conrad, from her book Lauren Conrad Style.

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—DT Staff

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Posted Nov 21 2011 in Ask the Denim Stylist » Denim Therapy

Dominic Jones Jewelry Proves Great Jeans & Metallic Accessories = Match Made In Heaven

Sometimes two design elements work together so seamlessly, you just don’t need anything else. Take the latest Dominic Jones Jewelry lookbook, for example. Take one part dramatic metallic jewelry that celeb clients flip out over (Rihanna, Alexa Chung, and Florence Welch to name a few—the line won the Elle Style Awards’ Jewelry Designer Of The Year Award), and mix with one part artistically lit studded, spiked, and destroyed jeans… and you get a recipe for sex appeal. Check out the fourth installment of this hot accessories designer’s line below.


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Images via We Are Selecters.

—Michelle Christina Larsen


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Posted Oct 31 2011 in Denim Fashion » Lookbooks

Habitual Jeans For Over 50% Off… Everything Below $100!

Grab a pair of Habitual Jeans for over 50% off until Monday…

“It goes without saying that Habitual denim is, um, habit-forming. It probably has something to do with the L.A. label’s knack for getting the everyday jean down pat. Starting with impeccable fit, the designs bring intricate washes and a distinctive Maltese cross logo to make a mark.” (Via Swirl)


Shop now!

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Posted Sep 21 2011 in Buys Under $100 » Denim Buys

Which Jean Pockets Are Right For You? 7 Tips To Make Your Butt Look Better

Jean shopping for fall? It’s time, isn’t it? But there’s the unending dilemma of finding jeans that fit, and that’s enough to deter some of us all together. Hark, Denim Therapy is here to assist! We can knock one element of the denim fit dilemma out the window so you can enjoy some autumnal retail bliss. Consider the following seven pointers when shopping for jeans if you’re worried about your back end (and really, who isn’t?):


1. Smaller pockets will make your butt look bigger.

2. Pockets angled outward will make your butt look wider.

3. Pockets angled too far inward are awkward looking, and morph the shape of your butt.

4. When the outer edge of the pocket reaches just below the side belt loop, and the pockets measure about 5 1/2 to 6″ in length, that’s a good standard for medium-sized women. (IE: Size 28-32)

5. Put them on and look at them! If you feel like the pockets are too tiny, they probably are.

6. Slightly oversized pockets can create a slimming effect. Double points for pockets with a wide flip closure on top.

7. Slight texture, like a stitched or embossed logo, can create interest that does not create a plumping effect, while too much texture is sure to make your butt look bigger.


Curious about the denim pictured above? They’re Frankie B. Jeans Studio Slim Bootcut Jean in Retro Blue. Buy ’em here.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Sep 20 2011 in Denim Therapy » Denim Tips

Odyn Vovk’s 2012 Spring/Summer Collection: Durable Denim For Wherever You’re Headed

Odyn Vovk reveals his 2012 Spring/Summer Collection in a short fashion film. The denim vest, jean jacket, and jeans function as staple pieces for the man featured in the film, yet still manage to be unique due to distinctive collars, buttons, and light washes. The man in the film is going somewhere, and though he may not know where, he’s got the durable clothing to stick with him for the long run. You may not be going soul searching anytime soon, but these denim favorites are great pieces to have no matter where you’re headed.


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Images via Hypebeast.

Elyssa Linden


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Posted Jul 27 2011 in Denim Fashion » Lookbooks
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