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Denim Dose: News & Links


Welcome to your morning dose of denim news, links, sales, and other irresistible tid bits of denim industry inside info & our personal picks after scanning the web. Check out what’s happening (and totally not happening) in the world of denim now. 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!

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1. What if finding the perfect pair of jeans was as easy as getting a body scan? Acustom is the the denim line belonging to the latest brand promising custom jeans through this methodFitted Fashion. The Soho NYC design studio, aiming to be a platform for companies to provide custom clothing to their clients, will open in early 2012.

2. We love this post—confession of the worst jeans bloggers around the blogosphere have ever owned.

3. Diesel is re-launching their womenswear collection with a new design team, headed by Heikki Salonen. The line will be aimed at women ages 25-35 and see improved silhouettes. Sounds good to us!

4. Rockstar Denim opened a store in Paris, in the 7th District at 7 Rue de Grenelle, opposite the Christian Louboutin boutique. So, if you’re in the area, be sure to stop by and grab some cool denim and t-shirts.

5. Tired of looking at stick-thin girls in jeans, trying to figure out what will look good on your fabulous curves? Check out Girls With Curves for photos of a gorgeous gal above size 30, looking fly  in varied denim styles.

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Nov 11 2011 in Denim News

Win A Pair Of Marc Allison Jeans… Enter By September 10th!


It’s time for our first giveaway of autumn! We’ve hooked up with Marc Allison jeans (who we introduced you to this past summer with our Q&A) to give you a pair of chic baby blue’s for fall.  Priding themselves on being “the next generation in premium denim”, Marc Allison features four-way-fit stretch jeans made with Supima cotton that make for a fit you’ll never forget. Movement and comfort are off the charts when you pull on a pair of MA’s, and you can wear them all week without getting that worn, stretched-out denim effect. It’s time to claim your own!

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To enter…

1. Like Denim Therapy on facebook & follow Denim Therapy on Twitter.

2. Like Marc Allison Jeans on facebook & follow Marc Allison Jeans on Twitter.

3. Comment on this post with your email, and tell us what you love about the cut of these jeans!

How would you wear them? Where would you go in them? What favorite piece in your closet would be perfect to style them with? Anything goes!

 

Entries close on Saturday, September 10th—so don’t wait!

 

The prize…

Marc Allison “Gina mid-rise slim boot cut jeans in black wash. Available in sizes 24-32.

Details: 8.25″ front Rise; 13.25″ Back Rise; 34″ Inseam; 16″ Leg Opening; 73% Supima Cotton/27% Elestrell-p X-Fit.

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Winner will be chosen at random from the comments that fulfill the above guidelines. We’ll announce the winner on Monday, September 12th.

Contest open to U.S. Residents only.

Questions? Email us!

Good luck!

—DT Staff & Marc Allison Jeans

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Posted Sep 06 2011 in Denim Therapy

Levi’s Introduces Classic Mid-Rise Jeans


Need a little more coverage in the muffin-top area? No shame in that! Levi’s Curve ID has released a pair of jeans with a slightly raised waistline—a new fit called the Classic Mid-Rise, offering a bit more coverage on top than the Modern Low Rise. If there’s one thing we’re strictly against (with the rest of the stylishly conscious population) it’s the back of the hips overflowing (not a good look), so if you’re finding yourself a bit strained after a long winter of gorging, adopt a pair of these while you’re toning back down. You’ll be glad you did!

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—DT Staff

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Posted Jun 09 2011 in Denim News

Rue De Jeans Exclusive Q&A


We know what you’re thinking… “another denim brand, hooray!” But before you even get excited, check out this innovative denim design and learn why you should really be impressed. Rue De Jeans offers something called a stealth patented design element. What appears to be a discreet black logo patch on the back of the waistband is actually much more than decorative: it conceals patented design technology that enables the jeans to fit like a glove and adjust with every movement. Intrigued? So are we. The Women’s and Men’s line comprises of classic denim in a variety of cuts and washes. Check out their website and read an exclusive Q&A with the brand below.

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Denim Therapy: Lets start from the beginning.  What inspired you to get this brand off the ground?

Rue De Jeans: Ever since I was a child, I had a strong passion for Fashion. Having a fashionista mom (former Miss Korea) definitely inspired and influenced me. RUE was created from my own experience as an international traveler. On a flight heading from Shanghai to LA, I conceptualized a trendy piece of denim with extra comfort, made from premium textile. After 8 months of trial period, RUE finally came out, based on finest quality of fabric and the best fit (that molds and shapes all body figures)!

DT: How do you differentiate yourself from the hundreds of popular denim brands afloat right now?

RDJ: Top known brands like Seven, Diesel, J Brand… we have all of their strengths. We’ve got good prices and comfortable jeans like Seven, super-trendy items like Diesel, and flawless fit like J Brand.

On top of this, we got this patented design technology on the waistline to set us apart. This patented discreet logo gives two inches of extra room and comfort. We even blind tested using 10 known denim brands with 10 different body types to ensure this was the best fitting jean we could create.  We also offer top quality Italian and Japanese fabrics such as candiani, kurabo, kaihara, and selvage with detail-oriented designer top stitching and attention to detail. We would consider our denim as art work.

DT: Do you have any pre-designing rituals?

RDJ: Travel. Lots of travel visiting many different places.

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Posted Mar 22 2011 in Denim News » Interviews
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