We are in it folks. We are in the middle of fashion week mania and we’ve got all your denim coverage, well, covered! I always love seeing how designers incorporate denim into their collections and where the denim trends go along with the rest. They are just as apart of fashion week as any other fabric and make more appearances than you realize. Below is coverage on all things denim for NYFW Spring ’15. I hope to introduce you to some new designers and also give you coverage from your favorites as well.
Summer is hot. Too hot to wear black, let alone black denim. For those of us who like the color all too well, you know the struggle is real. Below are a few pieces of black denim that will still be able to keep you cool without sacrificing the color. And for those of you who love black clothing…you’re welcome. Read More >
Vintage looks will always be in fashion and they’ve had longevity for a reason. They’re timeless and classic and are always a great look to revert back to. The following denim pieces have stayed in style, have come in and out of style or have reinvented themselves, but nonetheless, are all classic. Enjoy looks from the 70s, 80s and 90s for your Vintage inspired, denim outfits this Fall.
(a photo of a model in DSTLD’s Second Skinny jeans, showing just how much elasticity is in this pair of jeans.)
A few weeks back I visited the showroom of newly launched premium denim brand, DSTLD which is based in LA; the mecca of the denim industry. DSTLD likes to use this prime location to its advantage by producing most of its inventory in the heart of the city, all while keeping their price point extremely affordable. With great quality, affordable prices and locally made products, they’re ahead of their competition already, but DSTLD is about to reach a whole other level because they are bringing the “try it at home” business model to the table. You heard right, visit the site, pick out the jeans you are interested in, get them sent to your home and try them on. You send back what you don’t like and only get charged for what you’ve kept. Shopping for denim has never been so easy or convenient.