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.
There’s a new pair of jeans on the scene for men, called The Hot Child jeans. They were designed with men’s comfort in mind, using the first anatomically-designed, open, button-fly jeans. The first jeans with a contoured fly, the first jeans made for a man, with lots of room in the crotch. You can read some of the press release below to find out more!
They’re called T. H. C.s’ Junk. And while the full line includes everything from tailored linen oxfords to double hoodies, side V- necks and deep V-neck t-shirts, its T. H. C.s’ Junk that will announce to the fashion world The Hot child is a brand with serious balls!
The Hot Child has secrets in their pockets and pockets that are secret… Yes! There’s a secret stash pocket stitched into the interior of each item and filled with a special T.H.C. token.
Like a person, what makes T.H.C. the most interesting, what really gives it its character, is its secrets; the double-entendre-loaded initials; the covert, contraband-stashing pockets; and the long- overdue, junk-friendly jeans. (No more squashing, squishing, scrunching or splitting of the goods.)
The Hot Child makes clothes for men on the bleeding edge of fashion — men with the confidence to stand out and be noticed — men with the balls to pack a codpiece fly! We will neither compromise nor apologize. Love the brand or hate it — we will not be ignored. No one puts the Hot Child in the corner!
GENETIC has teamed up with Model/Actress Liberty Ross to create a capsule collection. The collaboration got underway after Liberty hit it off with GENETIC founder, Ali Fatourechi at a party and the collaboration was born.
Fatourechi explained, “For me, Liberty represents this girl who I always thought is the Genetic girl. She has this healthy arrogance that I think is so contagious.” Ross described GENETIC as ” They are the most comfortable jeans. You literally feel like you’re in your sweats. Ali gave me carte blanche to do whatever I wanted to do. It’s been fun, pulling from aspects of my life and using the design work I’ve seen and loved as a model.”
The collection features 7 pieces, including jeans, a jacket and romper and prices start at $176. The collection is available now in Neiman Marcus, Curve, Elise Walker, and Ron Herman. Check out the look book below. I love the edgier styles of the collection and love the way that these photos were shot, they remind me of a magazine editorial. What do you think of the collection?
Article and images from LAtimes.com
Shopping website Nasty Gal has taken on a new venture: Denim. The brand has released a new denim collection, priced at $68-$88, made up of 6 styles including an A-Line mini skirt (Flip Skirt), mom jeans (MILF), looser fit jeans (Ex-boyfriend jean), Flare (Bell Jean), cut off shorts, and a high waist skinny (The Kink). The collection is made in LA and is available to purchase online now. Check out the look book below. What do you think of the line?
Images from Fashionista.com