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
For Autumn Winter 2014, Barbour International is celebrating its heritage by introducing the biker’s natural partner, denim, with a range of men’s jeans that are fit for purpose. In three contemporary fits, Authentic, Regular and Slim, the collection includes a choice of Essential or Premium denim jeans in a range of washes.
The 12 ¾ oz Essential denim jeans features four wash processes from a Rinse & Resin through to Vintage, Super Vintage and Antique for a different look and feel. Using a 14oz double ring spun Selvedge denim, the Premium Collection is Barbour at its best! In a choice of four washes, from Rinse & Resin through to a one year, three year and five year hand-sanded brush denim vintage look, the Selvedge jeans are also custom coloured to add uniqueness to these very special products.
Head of Menswear, Ian Bergin said “Barbour has always produced clothing that is practical and fit for purpose. When we looked back through the archives, workwear featured strongly in the catalogues as a sensible solution for those people who worked outdoors. Our denim range celebrates this workwear ethic. It’s a natural partner to the biker look and we have carefully chosen a very high quality denim that like our jackets, will age well. Each pair of jeans will take on their own personality and characteristics the more they are washed and worn.”
So guys, what do you think of the new denim from Barbour International?
On the path to dominate the men’s apparel industry, Combatant Gentlemen debuts its first line of denim as it expands into a new venture! They have released their highly anticipated Raw Japanese Selvedge Denim line, making a selection of high quality denim for almost a fraction of the market price. Available for purchase at Combatant Gentlemen’s online store, the new Raw Japanese Selvedge Denim line focuses on classic and timeless styles that are both durable and unique for only $70.
Combatant Gentlemen stays true to its core mission of cutting out both middlemen and markups to pass the savings along to their customers. By sourcing cotton in Northern Japan, producing denim and dying rope at a 70 year old mill in Southern Japan and crafting the jeans at established assembly facilities in Los Angeles, Combatant Gentlemen’s vertical integration allows them to produce high-quality denim for $70, compared to the average price for a pair of Raw Japanese Selvedge Denim which ranges from $150 – $270.
“We are passionate about changing the way people think about fashion — especially men,” says Vishaal Melwani, co-founder and CEO of Combatant Gentlemen. “With the incredible success of our line of suits, sweaters, and accessories, we realized that there was a much bigger opportunity in the market for men’s apparel. This highly anticipated launch of our denim line marks our first expansion into everyday essentials that doesn’t compromise our vision of high quality products at an extremely fair prices.”
Combatant Gentlemen’s line of Raw Japanese Selvedge Denim has a tighter and denser weave than non-selvedge and stays away from distressed denim and washes, making it both highly durable and appropriate for both casual and professional environments. Additionally, the denim is minimally processed — all-natural rope dye is used in lieu of chemical dyes, no harsh chemicals are used during finishing, and the denim is unsanforized. Available in both slim and slim-straight styles, the jeans run in 34” inseams, with available waist sizes from 28-40, and will be available in indigo, black, and grey.
Guys, what do you think of the new line and high quality selvedge denim for only $70? You can watch the brands video online by clicking here too.