Additionally no sand blasting has been used, a technique commonly used in denim which is harmful to workers due to the high exposure toxic silica in the air. All the denim styles are 100% made in Italy.
The denim range will ship 3 times a year and is available to retailers at market starting tomorrow for a November delivery with a retail price range from $350 to $595.
Maybe you’ll want to wear pink jeans for Valentine’s Day or maybe not. But, with spring coming around the corner, this cheery hue can evoke so many thoughts: a stroll through a botanical garden, eating cake or even looking up at a neon sign while out with friends—you’re all looking fabulous of course, in your denim. Want to find your perfect pair of pink jeans? From mid-rise to ankle skinny jeans, we think we found a few.
Isabel Marant Mid-Rise Skinny / J Brand Christopher Kane / Stella McCartney Zip Jean
A.P.C. Petite Standard in Rose / Joe’s Jeans Skinny Jeans / True Religion Halle Legging
Frankie B My BFF Legging / Rag & Bone/JEAN The Legging Jean / MICHAEL Michael Kors Colored Skinny
Tags: A.P.C, cropped jeans, Frankie B, how to wear pink jeans, Isabel Marant, J Brand, J Brand Christopher Kane, Joe's Jeans, MICHAEL Michael Kors, pink jeans, rag & bone/jean, skinny jeans, Spring Jeans, Stella McCartney, valentines day
Welcome to your morning dose of denim news, links, sales, and other irresistible glimpses of inside info. Catch up on what’s happening (and what’s definitely not happening) and browse our personal picks after scanning the web this morning. 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!
1. Lindsay Lohan has already made a big splash with her Playboy cover shoot, but the actress has some other leaked images out…from her fiercely sexy Jag Jeans photo shoot.
2. San Francisco-based shirt company Taylor Stitch is branching out into denim! At $128 a pair, their personally crafted raw denim gets you handmade men’s jeans at a not-exorbitant price.
3. Love hidden images and secrets embedded in your clothing? Stella McCartney‘s new Hawaiian print jeans look tie-dyed from afar, but are really made up of palm trees printed over and over again.
4. Ferrari understands that denim can mean luxury. The car company now offers its customers the choice to line their vehicles with a denim interior.
5. Look out for G-Star Raw’s new campaign come January–it stars French beauty Clémence Poésy, who was just named the new face of the brand.
Tags: clemence poesy, ferrari, G-Star Raw, jag jeans, Lindsay Lohan, men's jeans, printed denim, raw denim, Stella McCartney, taylor stitch
Harieth Paul channels true 1970?s cool in this fashion editorial for the July 2011 pages of Elle Canada. Shot by Richard Bernardin the Tanzanian beauty is definitely giving us a classic foxy vibe in bold floral print separates, and some of the summer seasons hottest denim looks. We’re pretty much in love with the amazing shredded denim overalls but we have to admit our favorite look is definitely the Stella McCartney oversized denim tunic styled with those killer lace -up thigh-high boots. Hands down our favorite take on the 70s trend to date!
Images via Fashion Gone Rogue.
Tags: '70s trend, 70s denim, 70s fashion, Denim Overalls, Elle Canada fashion editorial, Elle Canada July 2011, Elle Magazine Canada, Harieth Paul, Harieth Paul for Elle Magazine, photographer Richard Bernardin, Richard Bernardin, shredded denim overalls, Stella McCartney, Stella McCartney denim tunic, Summer Denim Looks
Denim fashion has infiltrated hotels! Thompson Hotels, known for its luxury boutique hotel vibe packaged for Hipsters and creatives (as in actors!), has a blog which just featured a selection of denim shoes in various forms: heels, wedges and platforms by brands like Just Cavalli, Miu Miu and Stella McCartney. Are you curious about rocking a pair of denim heels? Check out Thompson Hotels’ denim shoe picks for your inspiration.
Just Cavalli denim and perforated leather upper ($505) – buy it at Zappos.
Enzo Angiolini Cerick in denim ($110) – buy it at Piperlime.
Christian Louboutin Deroba denim wedge ($595) – buy it at Bergdorf Goodman.
Miu Miu denim leather jute platform sandals (on sale for $468) – buy it at Bluefly.
Nine West Chartres wrapped platform in denim (on sale for $59) – buy it at Zappos.
Stella McCartney Leda Castillo blue clog (sold out, call to order) – buy it at Shop Savannah.
Alright, the Miu Miu shoes are more of a denim-inspired platform heel, but you get the point. Top designers know consumers love denim so they’re trying to deliver it to us in other covet-worthy forms.
—Kathy Ng Hassan
Tags: denim heels, denim shoes, Enzo Angiolini, Just Cavalli, Miu Miu, Nine West, Roberto Cavalli, Stella McCartney
If you need the latest in fashion and can’t wait until it hits the stores, you’re in luck. Moda Operandi has arrived. The brainchild of Aslaug Magnusdottir and Lauren Santo Domingo, Moda Operandi is the first online luxury fashion retailer to allow members to pre-order tomorrow’s styles today through a flash trunkshow. We had the opportunity to speak with Co-Founder and style authority, Lauren Santo Domingo (a Vogue Contributing editor to say the least of her fashion expertise), to discuss her new business venture and gain you exclusive membership access to Moda Operandi!
Denim Therapy: Lets start from the beginning. What inspired you to get this Website off the ground? How exactly does it work?
Lauren Santo Domingo: The website has been a long time coming. We have been working on it for over a year and a half and launched during New York fashion week. My business partner and I had long wanted to go into business together but the world did not need another personal style or street style blog. Moda Operandi offers access to designer showrooms and allows members to shop like an editor; A privilege that I am lucky to have had.
DT: Tell us some designers that you carry and about the denim they offer?
LSD: We are gearing up for London fashion week right now… We have a great group of Brits like Erdem, Peter Pilotto, Christopher Kane, Marios Schwab. These collections showed to great reviews and hey are sometimes hard to come by. So our flash trunk shows are quite possibly the only place to secure these looks.
DT: What are some of your favorite denim brands? And where do you shop for them?
LSD: I love Stella McCartney for high waisted and Balenciaga for skinny jeans. Derek Lam did a fabulous high waisted jean for Spring, hat I am lusting after right now.
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Tags: Balenciaga, Christopher Kane, Derek Lam, Isabel Marant, lauren santo domingo, Levi's, Louis Vuitton, moda operandi, nina ricci, peter pilotto, Stella McCartney, ungaro, Vogue
Timeless and classic beauty Constance Jablonski graces the pages of Spanish Harper’s Bazaar April 2011 looking ever-so gorgeous. She’s featured in a perfectly styled editorial wearing the latest in spring denim by Stella McCartney, Christian Dior, Mango and D&G. We are really loving everything from the denim apron and the boxy denim dress to the paper bag waist jeans. With it’s overall understated neutral allure and subtle sex appeal that keeps it chic, we can’t help but to wonder one thing: is denim the new black? We’ll leave that for you to ponder about! Meanwhile, be sure to infuse your spring wardrobe with a dose of spring denim.
Images via Fashion Gone Rogue.
Tags: Boxy Denim Dress, Christian Dior, Constance Jablonski, D&G, Denim Apron, Mango, Paper bag waist jeans, Spanish Harper's Bazaar April 2011, Spring Denim, Stella McCartney
Boutique Kirna Zabete recommends British designer Stella McCartney for spring, and that rec comes with a roundup of delicious denim for you to style with citrus, florals, and reptile-like prints. You’ll recognize the denim tunic from the runway, and maybe the denim romper may be more your style, but one thing’s for sure—Stella is right on the money for chic alternatives to your average pair of jeans. Click through and shop now!
—Denim Therapy Staff
Tags: citrus print, DENIM, denim romper, denim tunic, florals, Kirna Zabete, spring denim trends, Stella McCartney
Stella McCartney has done it again (and again)! As she thrilled us with her children’s clothing for the Gap, she has just launched her very own kids collection.
The line which caters for 0-12 year olds both boys and girls, features pea coats, stripey cashmere-blend knits, yellow wellies and lots and lots of denim. Each piece in the collection includes styles that have been adapted and shrunken from McCartney’s main line. Additionally, they are all named after children’s first names. There’s the James cardigan, Lara tee, and Nina skinny jeans for example.
As you’d expect and as we saw at Gap, Stella’s pricing runs above your average budget kidswear. Most of us budget-conscious moms will only purchase these clothes for a few good basics, special occasions, or when they’re on sale. However, most of the mix and match pieces are unisex so those of you with a few multi gender kids are in luck. Then again it’s always fun to ask aunts, uncles, or grandparents to send your little one a gift- HINT, HINT.
Don’t you just wish you can fit into one of these darling outfits?
— Jackie Racer
Tags: Stella McCartney
If you were born in the 70s (early or late) then you are the perfect age demographic to be wearing Stella McCartney because she too was a seventies baby- And McCartney happens to be one those designers that designs as the client herself. That is why it’s no wonder that her collection screams everyday comfort without losing the fashionable sense.
Slit-paneled skirts, or the A-line ones and a whole denim section of tunics and shorts in boxy shapes. But as ever, McCartney had a lot of strong tailoring, slightly softened this season in a palette of faded pastels like rose, pistachio, and light blue.
No need to show us your ID- Stella knows your age already and your style.
— Jackie Racer
Tags: Stella McCartney