Back in February, Pharrell and G-Star announced a collaboration of a denim collection featuring recycled materials. The collection, made from recycled plastic, features a quirky octopus print icon. The icon appears both alone as well as in an intricate print on both men’s and women’s styles, including bomber jackets and skinny jeans. The collection is priced at $75 and is available for purchase online at G-Star.com.
J Crew has teamed up with Blue Jeans Go Green to launch a trade in program. Now until September 30th, bring in a pair of used jeans to J. Crew stores and Blue Jeans Go Green will use them to create Eco-friendly denim insulation for communities in need. Not only will your jeans be recycled, but J. Crew will also give a $20 credit towards a pair of new J. Crew jeans.
To kick off fall, Level 99 has launched their new stretch leather pant based off of the best selling Janice skinny jean. Made from French leather, the style features an ankle zip, reinforced seamed knee, and a higher rise, meant to be breathable and moveable, not constricting or binding. The jean is available for purchase on Level 99′s new website for $498. What do you think of them?
DL1961 announced their newest venture, ACTIVEX, a denim line for kids and toddlers. The line combines DLX Technology and the antibacterial properties of SILVADUR to create a line meant to keep up with a kid’s busy lifestyle.
Made with earth friendly and machine washable dyes, the collection offers over 50 styles, for toddlers to adolescents, including styles for boys named after athletes, like the Jordan Straight leg and Hawk skinny jeans, and classic red, white, and blue washes for girls. Prices start at $39 for toddlers and $49-$79 for boys and girls. Jeans are available for purchase both online at DL1961 and in stores.