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Resin Denim: Oil & Water Fall 2011


Resin Denim, one of our brand crushes here at Denim Therapy, just dropped their Fall 2011 lookbook. Entitled “Oil & Water,” their jeans for women do not disappoint. Featuring a series of skinny ankle jeans in their Lariat fit, you’ll find them in shimmery-slick Bronze, Mechanic and India Ink washes. We think these jeans will be the new go-to jean for the bootie- or stiletto-wearing woman.  If that’s not enough, we’re equally in love with their stand-out Lanphear denim jacket in Oil Slick wash. You can also find a classic super skinny jean in a dirty-blue Bowery wash.

Resin Denim Fall-Winter-2011 Lookbook




For more information, go to Resin Denim online.


—Kathy Ng Hassan

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Posted Sep 02 2011 in Denim Fashion » Lookbooks

Denim Insider: A new player, Resin Jeans


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It was the year 2000 and I was on a mission to find a pair of jeans.  After trying on what seemed like an eternity of high-end jeans at Henry Lehr, I finally found a pair that I truly felt was the one.   They were Paper Denim & Cloth jeans and at a hefty price, at that time, a little shy of $200, I made the purchase and never looked back.  

Paper Denim & Cloth were classic blue jeans, free of all the silly bling.  They elongated my legs, enhanced my butt, had just enough stretch making them ultra comfortable. And, I eventually got married in them!  Love was always in the air when I wore those PD&C jeans.

Now let’s fast forward to the present.  Chris Gilbert, ex co-founder of Paper Denim & Cloth, after sailing through some rough waters after the success of Paper Denim & Cloth, is getting back in the game by launching his new denim label, Resin, in September.  With a back to basics ideology and a promise to deliver well designed, high-quality denim at a price point of no more than $150, I am at the edge of my seat excited to try on my first pair of Resin jeans.  Stay tuned folks for more information on stores to carry Resin!

 

–Nikki Cho Russo

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Posted Aug 24 2009 in Denim News » Reviews: Brand
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