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Dzojchen Brings Overseas Denim To The U.S. At PROJECT Show

It may not even be lunch time yet but our 2nd day here at PROJECT is well under way. We were able to catch up with Chelsea Scott, the owner of Dzojchen (doh-jen). Originally based out of London and Singapore, the brand is taking its first steps onto American soil at the show this week. Scott believes that good denim shouldn’t have to follow the trends of a season, but rather be able to transcend through collections. By having a few elements that pop, like asymmetrical zippers, pleats, leather accents and unique inseams, Dzojchen denim maintains a classic and simple look with comfort being a top priority. Head on over to the Dzojchen online store to be the first of your friends to rock Dzojchen before it hits U.S. stores later this year.









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Elyssa Linden


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Posted Jul 18 2011 in Denim News » Interviews

Street Style: High-Waisted Shorts + Denim Shirt = Casual Class

Combining trends can be tricky, but this London blogger risks it all and comes out (dare we say it) winning! We’re talking high waists and denim workshirts meeting in the middle. Literally. By throwing on a Zara denim work shirt, a a pair of Acne Jeans high-waisted shorts, and a chic Acne Jeans long strap shoulder bag, this two-tone outfit is simply timeless. The understated silhouette and color combo mean there’s plenty of room to experiment further with accessories and shoes. Looks like merging two hot trends aint so hard after all!


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Posted Jul 11 2011 in Denim Fashion » Street Style Watch

Artist Ian McChesney Makes Massive Levi’s Denim Sculpture

Ian McChesney has crafted this astonishing sculpture made of Levi’s denim. Part of the Levi’s flagship store in London’s Regent Street, this piece features dozens upon dozens of Levi’s jeans sculpted into an eye-popping sculpture. A must-see if you’re in the London area, this piece is made to celebrate the release of Levi’s new waterless denim

Levi’s @ Regent Street
174-176 Regent Street
London W1B 5TJ, United Kingdom
+44 20 7292 2500

Article sourced from Definitive Touch.

—DT Staff

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Posted May 12 2011 in Denim News

Denim Branches Out at London Fashion Week

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Denim is branching out; from the runway to street photos we are seeing every piece of clothing made out of denim. For its usual pants obligation the wide trouser leg that have some deeming the return of the 70s, gained momentum in New York Fashion Week and continued across the pond this week in London.

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The prose of denim is the sheath dress showed by London based designer Osman. No longer is simple synonymous with boring with these artfully draped and tailored creations. Along with the full denim skirt Osman took our favorite fabric to create runway looks that can translate to your wardrobe. The dark denim appeared throughout his collection, under flowing tops in a straight trouser leg with a cuff.

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Twenty8Twelve, the brainchild of sisters Sienna and Savannah Miller, showed a collection any girl could see herself in. As in any well-rounded wardrobe denim was a key player. It appeared as loose shorts, overalls, a bibbed top, a full skirt and even a belt. While reviews may be across the board, the retail value of this collection cannot be denied. Indeed, the sisters are opening a third London boutique in October and the line is carried throughout the world.

— Laura Kealey

[Editor’s Note: Christopher Kane, Erdem, Meadham Kirchhoff, and Peter Pilotto, the four out of the five designers from the new J Brand 5×5 London collection also showed at LFW.]

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Posted Sep 24 2010 in Denim News » Runway
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