Designer Jean Look Books
For Spring/Summer 2014, D-ID continues its evolution of classic cuts without losing its soul of European influences and 90′s grunge.
The new season includes their staple diamant stitching which has been redone from the traditional into smaller diamonds. This season also includes an array of distressed and light washes in new styles from shorts to shirts to boyfriend jeans. There was no style left out. Check out all of these styles and more below.
Great fits and classic washes were all over the men’s Spring/Summer 2014 collection by Agave Denim. From pale blues like the ones above to darker shades that you can wear everyday, they did not leave anything out.
Agave didn’t just stick to the blues for Spring either. They also have khaki colors that are great alternatives to the usual. You can see all of the styles from the new collection below.
Here is a look at the new Spring/Summer 2014 Agave Denim collection for women. For this season the brand went timeless with fits that ranged from easier slouchier styles to the classic skinny.
You can see a striped boyfriend pair (above), along with some cropped slouchy whites that will look great with everything from oxfords to flats when the season comes. Then there are the classic skinnies that you can wear from day-to-day. Which are your favorites? See all of the styles below.
Here is the Spring/Summer 2014 look book for a fairly new brand (they launched a couple of seasons ago), STROM Denim. Named after designer, Erika Stromqvist, the line combines her personal style and unique cuts with great fits. For S/S ’14, she has taken denim to its full capacity and merged together her fashion background with the timeless fabric. There is no classic denim shirt here, but there are pieces that can be seen from her native Sweden to California and back around again.
What I like about this new collection is that it is not just a collection, but a full denim collection. There was no territory left untouched. Erika included pieces from dresses to jackets and everything in between made of the fabric. All with her trained eye of tailoring from working in the fashion industry. You can see the new collection below.