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Get Ready To Get Comfy: Joe’s Jeans Launches Jean Sweats

Today Joe’s Jeans announces the launch of their new Jeans Sweats—the latest instalment in a welcome rising trend of super comfortable jeans that double as lounge wear. Do you adore denim you can wear around the house, even take a nap in? Then these are just what the cotton twill doctor ordered. They maintain the visual integrity of a stylish pair of jeans (unlike more literal  sweatpants-imitating competitors) while being far more cozy. They achieve this with a unique fabric technology that’ll afford you a full degrees of comfort and movement while keeping a sleek shape.

As Joe’s Jeans explains, “The fabric has the advanced versatility of indigo yarns allowing for complete customization of fabric finishes. Never before has there been an indigo woven that resembles a knit terry and can be treated like a true denim.” So whether you’re hopping on a plane, working out after your evening class, or running errands all day, you’ll be able to get your to-do list done without sacrificing style for comfort. They come in three chic cuts (The Skinny, The High Water and The Skinny Flare), and they retail at $158.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Oct 03 2011 in Denim News

G-Star x Kitson Products Drop In Blue & Beige

The new G-Star x Kitson product line is an easy addition to most fall wardrobes and their $90 bag is a good example of the aesthetics our tote x denim appreciation post paid tribute to yesterday. The color story here is an easy one to follow: medium to dark wash denim and a moderate range in hues of beige. We’re seeing a lot more of these jean company sweatpant hybrids lately, from Diesel to d.brand and now G-star. But are you guys wearing ’em?… Check out our interview with  Rosario Dawson from the launch event of the line and style snaps from the launch party as well.


—DT Staff

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Posted Aug 16 2011 in Denim Fashion » Reviews: Brand

Ones To Watch: Five Men’s Denim Brands We Loved At PROJECT NY

With just three days of live-blogging PROJECT NY, there was no way we could include all of the brands that caught our eye! Between denim lines, shirting, and accessories, we had a lot of amazing product to chew on. After sorting through thousands of photos and exciting video we took, we’ve compiled five brands we’re crazy about so you can keep an eye on them.



d.brand (Sweden) + d.brand Official Site

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The rising stars of Swedish denim & lifestyle products are already outfitting major celebrities overseas and racking up press in magazines, but their colorful, fun approach to fashion is anything but intimidating. Pop colors, gem rivets, and denim-loungewear hybrids make their line a must-have for anyone who wants to be comfortable and tapped into music & youth culture. Their classic styles are right on target too. They produce fragrances and outerwear in addition to their denim & sportswear lines.

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Doctrine Jeans (Los Angeles, California) + Doctrine Jeans Official Site

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Doctrine’s functional, on-trend premium denim line takes pride in being a brand that has built itself on the expertise and on-hands experience of masters in the denim industry over many years. They aim to provide their customer with fashion-forward denim to be worn anywhere/anytime. And they succeed! From denim chinos to seamed contour jeans and a variety of colors, coatings, and washes, there is something for every taste.

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Hartford Denim Company (Hartford, Connecticut) + Hartford Denim Company Official Site

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A fresh, craft-oriented approach to denim in the “white collar state”, Hartford Denim Company has taken denim DIY to a truly admirable level. Slowly building up their business one pair of innovative, industrial jeans at a time, their brand possesses details that set them far, far apart from other buzz-worthy denim companies of the moment. Everything is handmade in their Connecticut studio, where their denim experiments turn into products. Each pair features a CT-shaped leather patch tag and hand-drawn hang tag. And that’s seriously only the beginning. Keep an eye on these guys!

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Stitch’s Jeans (Hollywood, California) + Stitch’s Jeans Official Site

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We’ve got to admit, Stitch’s caught our eye at PROJECT because sales rep Chris was offering a plate of homemade pastries to anyone who stopped in to chat. After savoring the treat, we realized the jeans were totally blog-worthy too! Colored corduroys for fall are one trend we’re getting into big time, and Stitch’s take was a dreamy palette of pastels in and de-saturated hues. The pale burnt peach was our favorite. They also offer a line of men’s socks with fun pop-colors (perfect way to self-express if you have to wear a suit to work!).

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Jimmy Taverniti Jimmy Taverniti Official Site

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JT was another brand hopping on the colored corduroy jeans train for fall (and we can’t get enough). They had classic fall hues like de-saturated mustard, red, and gray. Styles included cargo pockets and various fits, back zip pockets, and detail stitching. It was love at first sight on the racks, but their sales rep wore the most coveted style in the fall line. Check it out below.

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—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Aug 08 2011 in Denim Fashion » Reviews: Brand
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