Designer Jean Look Books
Joe’s Jeans has been one brand that has always focused on innovation and style without giving up fit. With their new ‘Off Duty’ collection, the brand has ventured into styles to keep you looking chic from the gym to lunch.
The new ballet inspired capsule collection includes the Tendu, the Pirouette, the Plié, the Relevé, and the Jeté. Each style ranges from mocking the look of leather and snake to metallics and plaid, all with piping to keep the signature slimming effect that Joe’s is known for. No longer will you have to sacrifice your look for days out after the gym thanks to these new styles. You can click here to purchase them now from the Joe’s Jeans website.
Check out the new Party 2014 holiday collection by MOTHER Denim that will soon be hitting stores. Just like their previous ones, this one is full of themes like their I Got Chills (faux leather) and Still Behind the Hustle (selvedge denim) to choose from. Just those two alone show how much variety you will be able to choose from in the new line.
In between those two, you can expect to see deep tones of reds and greens, embroidered denim shirts, distressed styles and more. One of my favorite pieces that I am excited about is their patchwork denim shirt. The piece is put together with denim that has each been hand dyed, see image 22. They didn’t stop there. This season they introduced knits to go along with their denim, like sweaters that are so soft they will make you melt. So if you already a fan of the brand, this collection will just keep you wanting more. You can check it all out below.
From fashion-forward cutting techniques and sexy silhouettes to technically fastidious laundering methods and artisan hand-finished details, JQ Jeans sets the benchmark for how their jeans are measured.
Formerly known as Jonny Q, the premium Made In Italy denim brand has recently enjoyed a strategic makeover following significant investment. As well as its abbreviated new brand name both JQ Jeans and its more directional sister brand SOS Jeans have upscaled their design division as well as their atelier workshop and laundry in Nereto, Italy, where each pair of JQ Jeans continues to be lovingly crafted by hand.
Since its inception in 1978, JQ Jeans has been defined by an obsessive dedication to inventive new pattern cutting techniques and form-fitting fabric developments to constantly challenge consumers’ perceptions of just how incredible a pair of jeans can make you look and feel.
Back in the late 1970’s JQ Jeans founder Pasquale Orza was the first to introduce stretch jeans to a disco-obsessed denim market clamoring to emulate the high-shine spray-on jeans championed by the likes of Olivia Newton John. Fast-forward 36 years and today the brand’s celebrity devotees include Victoria Beckham and Penelope Cruz with the brand stocked by the premier league of international womenswear boutiques and department stores.
No wonder then, that the world’s leading catwalk-led denim brands continue to call upon the JQ Jeans workshop and laundry when they start seeking the next big things in denim innovation. Or, that 36 years after the first collection was launched JQ Jeans remains the go-to denim brand for fit-obsessed buyers and continues to be sought out by the most recognisable A-list celebs and brand loyal devotees the world over. Check out the look book below!
Check out the new Fall/Winter 2014 collection by KUT from the KLOTH. This season the brand embraced the cooler months with styles that are tailored and structured, yet have a warmth quality to them with the color palette and prints.
The brand didn’t just stop at the denim. Also included in the line are moto jackets made of vegan material, detailed sweatshirts, shirts, skirts, knits and more. You can see these pieces and more below.