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Fall Denim Style In Cosmopolitan Australia

Though we’re definitely not ready to get excited about cool weather fashion yet, we’re loving this fresh denim-centric editorial from Cosmo Australia, shot by Kane Skennar. Fall denim is layered and styled to an edgy, rock-n-roll inspired concept. Acid wash, deep blues, and destroyed denim all play a roll. Check out the full editorial below.


Images via Fashion Gone Rogue

—DT Staff

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Posted May 21 2014 in Denim Fashion » Editorials

Rich, Skinny & Sexy For Fall 2013

We’re in love with Rich & Skinny! The latest fall lookbook features classic washes and staple styles ranging from basic skinnies and crops to seamed moto jeans. They also threw in some exciting details like contrast wash patchwork, utility slacks, and ankle zippers that add some sex appeal. Check the range out below.



—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Sep 07 2013 in Denim Fashion » Lookbooks

The Complete Guide To Denim Shirt Shopping

Refinery29 posted a comprehensive shopping list of the hottest chambray shirts to wear this fall, from a basic pick by J.Crew to a more fashion-forward pleated option by Vanessa Bruno. Whether you prefer the road less traveled or flawless basics when it comes to your closet, you’ll find what you’re looking for. See the article and get your denim shirt shopping on!


—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Aug 24 2012 in Denim Buys

Nudie Jeans Fall 2012 Men’s Denim Preview

We stopped by the Nudie Jeans Co. showroom recently to preview one of our favorite Swedish denim brands—a brand that embodies both modern Scandinavian culture and classic utilitarian elements in denim and sportswear. Their unisex jeans have made the full transition into 100% organic territory, from denim fabric to pocket linings, buttons, rivets and labeling. It’s all raw material. The iconic orange stitching compliments an array of beautiful Japanese plaids with rich autumn hues for the cold season, all of which is further backed by a line of accessories and the exponentially successful backbone collection.

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See more below.


Shop Nudie Jeans online!

Photos by Raffael Flores-Contreras.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Jun 11 2012 in Denim Fashion » Reviews: Brand

d.brand Releases A Mustard Yellow Skinny Jean For Fall 2012 #projectshow

There’s been a lot of yellow denim dying lately, with new buttery-hued styles from Rag & Bone, Textile, and more. d.brand is taking a different route with a rich mustard yellow skinny jean, faded slightly on the  thigh and featuring a button-up fly front. We love the subtle distressing that sets this pair of jeans apart from its more evenly colored cousins, giving them an earthy tumeric yellow look. Perfect for styling with high-contrast cobalt blue, black, or a more subtle light-wash denim workshirt, they’re a perfect statement making skinny for your fall 2012 wardrobe. We can’t wait to get our hands on a pair.

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Visit d.brand online.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Jan 17 2012 in Denim Fashion » Reviews: Product

Score Genetic Denim At 35% Off! Your New Favorite Pair Of Jeans Awaits…

Known for killer collaborations and jeans that leave men and women alike feeling both comfortable and sexy, (and fit for a refreshing range of body types) Genetic Denim is the answer to “Where should I get my next favorite pair of jeans?”

Whether you favor straight leg, a slight flare, a touch of vintage inspiration, or a slick stretch skinny, they’ve got you covered. Even better? We’re giving you 35% off at Genetic Denim’s online store. Just enter code GDTHERAPY35 at checkout for 35% off your entire order from 11/2/2011 to 11/9/11*.

* This offer applies to products site wide with the exception of sale items and/or purchases made with gift cards.


Shop now at Genetic Denim!

—DT Staff

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Posted Nov 02 2011 in Denim Buys

Wardrobe Candy: Five Pairs Of Fun Fall Jeans Under $100

Looking for some great jeans for fall that aren’t crazy-expensive? We’re turning our attention to one of our favorite web shops for go-to style, whether you’re craving a great pair of skinny jeans, an intense faux-fur jacket, or a vintage dress with some history behind it. Nasty Gal has five pairs of jeans in their freshest delivery for fall, and they’re all under $100.

Which is your favorite? Scroll for additional images & links to purchase.

Blank NYC Spray On Skinny Jeans – Purple ($82) – buy it at Nasty Gal.

Primary Skinny Jeans – Red ($58) – buy it at Nasty Gal.

Velvet Skinny Jeans – Teal ($48) – buy it at Nasty Gal.

Primary Skinny Jeans – Blue ($58) – buy it at Nasty Gal.


Cheap Monday Second Skin Jeans – Coated Black ($65) – buy it at Nasty Gal.


All we can decide is… we want them all!

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Oct 26 2011 in Buys Under $100 » Denim Buys

Cropped Boyfriend Jeans Are Your Go-To Denim This Fall

Vogue accessory editor Sylvana Soto-Ward ways, “Cropped-and-pegged jeans are perfect for showing off a strong pair of sandals or cute flats, they also look swell with a winter-friendly ankle boot.” (via Who What Wear)

Check out three of our favorite boyfriend jeans of the moment below:boyfriend-jeans-tip

1. DENIM & SUPPLY Ralph Lauren Ripped Boyfriend Jeans ($200) – buy it at Harrods.

2. AG Jeans The Ex-Boyfriend Crop 28 Years Destroyed ($245) – buy it at AG Jeans.

3. Current/Elliott The Boyfriend High-Rise Jeans ($81) – buy it at The Outnet.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Oct 24 2011 in Denim Therapy » Denim Tips

Dancing With The Stars, Cartoon Edition! The NYLON Guys’s Bloomingdales Event

We gave you the rundown on style and going’s-on at the NYLON Guys’s VIP shopping event at Bloomingdale’s on Wednesday night, from what people were wearing to who we chatted up. But for the dancing Popeye and Beetle Bailey characters in action? For the old-fashioned carnival high-striker mallet game contestants? For those amusements, you’ve gotta watch the video below.


—Shot & Edited by Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Oct 14 2011 in Denim News » Events

An Exclusive Q&A with Chantel Valentene of Resin Denim

Denim Therapy had the opportunity to revisit the world of Resin Denim’s creative director Chantel Valentene and ask her a few more Q’s we’ve been tossing around our heads since we recently hung out with them at Brooklyn Flea for some denim & lemonade (were you there too? So much fun!). Before that we were amped about the incredible denim collaboration between Resin Denim and Made her Think… seems like this brand has us on our toes non-stop! Read on to meet Chantel, see just how easy it is to adore her, and get the scoop on those amazing mustard and red jeans that are going to be your go-to fall denim


Denim Therapy: Lets start from the beginning. How did you know you wanted to be a designer?

Resin: I was in love with fashion and the glamour of clothing from really young. There is a picture of my Mom draped in turquoise fabric that she made into a dress for the Ms. Barbados pageant that I can always remember being captivated by. She wore heels to work everyday, was always dressed up, and loved clothing. My fascination with how fashion can transform people started with her. When I discovered through a family friend who went to FIT that making clothing was an actual job, I became obsessed with the idea. That was around 6th grade.

DT: Are there other denim brands you consider your immediate competition? How do you differentiate yourself from the hundreds of popular denim brands afloat right now?

Resin: Our mind-set isn’t confined to just the box of “denim brand”. We are looking at the present but thinking about the future.The goal as we move forward is to make the “voice” of Resin clear among the crowd of brands. We do it through our washing, aesthetic and presentation to our customers.

DT: Do you have any pre-designing rituals?

Resin: Play air guitar to Black Sabbath, do the running man to Bel Biv Dovoe or practice the Uh-Oh dance to Beyonce. No real rituals, but you never know what’s going to happen when folks are feeling creative.

DT: Describe the person who represents your ideal target customer—the customer you have in mind when you’re planning a collection.

Resin: The Resin customer doesn’t hide behind their clothing, they live in it. The kind of people I’m inspired by when walking down the street, are the ones I would want to stop and get to know. We really try not to limit the ideal to one type of person, because even in a singular person there are many facets and reasons behind who they are and what they wear. It’s a confidence I’m drawn to that our customer has, not one type of look.

DT: Can you give us hint about what’s next?

Resin: For this coming Fall/Winter we have a great selection of fresh clean whites, new fabrics and finishes that we are all excited about.

DT: What would be your dream collaboration? Any plans of that in the future?

Resin: We do collaborations about every other season, so we’ve worked with amazing artists and designers like Meredith Khan from Made Her Think, Ibrahom Ahmed III and Dan Funderburgh. As far as dream collaboration I would have to say Azzedine Alaia or Rick Owens. Those are big “Oprah” sized dreams.

DT: What are the most popular washes/fits in the line? What are your favorites, and how would you style them?

Resin: Our Phoenix Red wash in our Lariat ankle skinny, and Jameson short are popular. People love the different option on how to wear color. My personal favorites are the Resin x Made Her Think Jameson shorts with gold brass discs on the side seam. I’ve been wearing them with a basic tee and simple sneakers. I’m also in love with our Resin x Made Her Think Lanphear vest with a brass spine. Wear it over a simple maxi dress, throw on some heels and I’m good to go.

DT: Do you have any favorite/least favorite denim trends right now?

Resin: Denim is a staple, not really in love with one particular trend. I love seeing people re-mix a classic.

DT: Street style and style blogs are huge in the industry right now as a source of inspiration, influencing the high end labels rather than vice versa. How much does street style influence your designing?

Resin: Street style influence has always been there because it’s the actual customers wearing the clothing in their everyday lives. It’s immensely important to understand how your customer lives in your clothing.

DT: How many pairs of denim do YOU own?

Resin: Couldn’t say exactly, but definitely too many. My little sister is drooling for the bags of clothing and jeans from my spring-cleaning.

DT: Resin- what does it stand for? And why did you choose that as the name of your brand?

Resin: Resin represented the future of denim. As a process and chemical it propelled the industry into a new era, we loved what that symbolized and chose the name with that in mind.

DT: Favorite celeb wearing your denim?

Resin: My favorite is when I see women walking down the street wearing Resin. That’s priceless.


You can learn more about Resin Denim by visiting their website or “Like” them on Facebook.

—Jackie Racer

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Posted Aug 18 2011 in Denim News » Interviews
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