Back in August, we posted about Freja Baha’s collaboration with Mother Denim. The collection launched online on September 16th and is available for purchase online as well as in stores.
The tailored collection features skinny jeans, including vegan leather, gray and tie dye, as well as button down shirts and high waist shorts. Check out the entire look book below.
Nudie is putting their excess denim to good use with the launch of their denim accessories. The brand has created recycled rugs which are crafted from old pieces of denim.
The old jeans are cut down into strips and then sewn together and rolled into spools, which are then woven together manually using a loom. The rugs are then finished using weft made from the same indigo dyed thread that is used on Nudie jeans. You can check out the images below and the rug is available for purchase online at Nudie’s website.
Denim of Virtue is supporting Breast Cancer Awareness with the launch of a special edition jean. Starting in October, 20% of the proceeds from sales of the Belle jean will benefit Susan G Komen LA.
The special edition Belle jean features a pink breast cancer ribbon which pops against the dark blue wash and 4 way stretch technology for a slimming fit. They will be available for purchase in October. Will you be picking a pair of these up?
7 For All Mankind has released a limited edition collaboration with French fabric mill Malhia Kent. The collaboration combines couture quality of Malhia Kent’s rich textiles with 7 For All Mankind’s modern denim for a truly luxurious look. The collection includes 3 versions of the skinny jeans cut in the 7 For All Mankind Second Skin Slim Illusion fabric and a waxed moto jacket.
When I first saw this collaboration, I was blown away. The details of the woven fabrics are amazing and so intricate. I love how the dark denim creates a contrast for metallic colors and patterns of the fabrics and really makes them pop. The collection is available for purchase online at 7ForAllmankind.com and in select stores. Check out the looks below.