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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.


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Posted Aug 16 2011 in Denim Fashion » Reviews: Brand

An Exclusive Q&A with G-Star Women’s Designer Rebekka Bach

Last Thursday, Denim Therapy had the pleasure of meeting and interviewing G-Star‘s women’s designer Rebekka Bach.  She has been with G-Star for over six years now, hailing from Amsterdam, which is also where the brand is headquartered.  We wanted to find out what was the goal behind the new collaboration with Los Angeles’ Kitson boutique.  Even though G-Star Raw already has a wide cult following, this denim brand has only just recently opened up shops on the West Coast as part of the brand’s efforts for global expansion.

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Denim Therapy: Why did you decide to collaborate with Kitson?
Rebekka Bach: G-Star is about authenticity and craftsmanship, but we are also about contradiction.  We don’t like to think of ourselves as just one thing.  We’re always trying to change things.  Kitson is known for being the place for celebrities to shop and since our brand is popular amongst celebrities, we felt there was a good match there.

DT: Are you currently working with special denim or hybrids?
RB: We have a denim which has a special coating that we’re working with.

DT: What should we anticipate for 2012?
RB: We are going to be heading towards vintage finishes and details.  We really want to capture the essence of the women who would wear our jeans, such as the L.A. woman.

DT: Will there be new styles or silhouettes next season?
Actually, most of our styles (such as the Elwood) have been around for many years.  We only modify and evolve around the fit.

The G-Star x Kitson capsule collection will include six women’s pieces, all featuring special artwork made specifically for this collection: G-Star’s popular Arc Super Skinny, a denim vest, denim shorts, sweat pants, a knit t-shirt and canvas tote bag.  Can’t get enough of G-Star?  Go to G-Star online for more raw and unfiltered denim action.


—Kathy Ng Hassan

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Posted Aug 15 2011 in Denim News » Interviews

Denim Fashion at the G-Star x Kitson Launch Party

What do you wear to a G-Star party?  Well, it better be G-Star jeans or some of their other denim separates.  In some cases, we found a few people at the G-Star x Kitson Capsule Collection launch party sporting True Religion jeans (gasp!) and Levi’s 501s.  And when is it okay to wear double denim?  Never say never.  Well, some folks looked pretty darn good.  And when is it excusable to not wear denim?  Better ask a former Cylon.  Or maybe not.  Actress Tricia Helfer (“Battlestar Galactica”) was out with friends, soaking up the scene.  We must say, some of the most stylish people of the evening, besides “Women’s Night” host Rosario Dawson and G-Star Women’s Designer Rebekka Bach, were Chelsea Matthews and Erin Rivera of No Subject, the organizers of the event.

Denim fashion at the G-Star x Kitson Capsule Collection launch party.

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The limited-edition G-Star x Kitson Capsule Collection is sold exclusively at all Kitson boutiques in Los Angeles.

—Kathy Ng Hassan

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Posted Aug 12 2011 in Denim Fashion » Street Style Watch
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