Mavi’s Spring/Summer collection is light and bright and perfect for warmer weather. The washes in this collection are on the lighter side, light and acid washed blues, as well as a couple of deeper indigo washes.
While the traditional skinny and boot cuts are available, the collection added some trendier silhouettes including denim vests, overalls, and a slim boyfriend style. Check out the look book below.
There is another brand to put on your denim radar, People vs West. Their designer Shai Sudri took inspiration from the jeans of the 19th century and bespoke suits. Along with this idea, Sudry wanted to create a label that was not only fashionable with longevity, but also reasonably priced and affordable.
Like bespoke pants made by a tailor, People vs West Jeans offers subtle details. There’s a dotted indigo fabric in the lining of the back pockets and brown canvas taping at the pants’ fly, and some pants have a unique “accordion-fold,” double-pleated back pocket. The goal of Sudri’s idea was to make premium denim at a medium price point. The jeans are manufactured in America and come in four fits: slim, straight, extra slim and relaxed straight. You can check out more on their website here.
J Crew is the latest retailer to add maternity to their denim line up! J Crew is now offering both their toothpick and matchstick skinny styles in maternity sizes, including both regular and tall lengths.
Washes available include black, a dark indigo rinse, and white and prices start at $135. The collection is available for pre-order at JCrew.com. What do you think of J Crew’s latest addition? Would you like to see more brands offer maternity styles?
Diesel Black Gold Men’s Fall 2014 collection debuted in Florence, the first collection with Andreas Melbostad at the reins.
He presented a collection full of sleek cotton fabrics, treated to look like leather, patent, and animal skin, in an array of metallic colors. Pants and jackets got an additional treatment of heavy embellishments of studs, zippers, and medals. Check out some of the images from the collection below. What do you think of Melbostad’s first men’s collection?