Designer Jean Look Books
You can see pieces like staple light washed flares, overalls and high waisted cuts. Then there is my favorite piece, the kimono above. It is a denim piece that I have been waiting for someone to come out with and I am happy to see it by Current/Elliott since I would not expect nothing less than amazing when touched by them. You can check out more of the lookbook below and click here to purchase the pieces now from SHOPOP.
Here is the brand new Spring Summer 2016 Look Book from Whistles for the guys. There were more pieces, but being a denim blog we obviously wanted to just feature the jeans and trousers of the collection. It’s very classic, very sophisticated and easy going, so I think there’s denim for anyone here. You can check out the looks in the gallery below and read the press release too.
Providing an effortless wardrobe for the modern man, spring summer 2016 offers a refresh on the classics. Relaxed tailoring is given a contemporary twist; deconstructed blazers are in washed cotton tones of charcoal and navy, with a ticking stripe interior and our deconstructed blazer is updated in a pale chambray.
The colours and prints of the collection take inspiration from natural landscapes, using the grey and deep blue hues from rock quarries. The hand drawn prints are based on the aging patterns of strata rock formations.
As the season moves into summer the range takes inspiration from holidaying in the French landscape ranging from the Pyrenees mountains to the coastlines of Brittany and the Tour de France provides vivid colour references of Azure Blue and bold Red and nod towards the sporting time of year, with the upcoming Euros. In particular our version of a Breton stripe, a modern take on a true knit cycle jersey and the collarless shirt are favourites.
Indigo is a prominent colour reference as well as in true dip, featuring on Japanese waffle weave overshirts, carefully washed down for authentic finish. New improved denim fits have entered the range with an easy mid wash and bleach wash on rigid 12oz weights.
Hero pieces such as the camel mac, the Harrington jacket and the suede overshirt give an instant wardrobe update, whilst drawing the collection together. Accessories remain staple, updated with a versatile canvas backpack and large holdall.
Because I can’t get enough of this brand…here is my review of the Hudson Krista Super Skinny Noir Coated jeans.
Here is the Holiday 2015 Look Book from newer denim brand, Rolla’s. It was created by designer couple Andy Paltos and Sarah Gilsenan after having spent the past decade working for iconic global denim brands, they decided to work on a project closer to their hearts. Their jeans retail for around $100 AUS and I can see them becoming quite popular as many retailers have already started stocking them! Check out their Look Book and details below!
Rolla’s embodies the laid back personality, sexuality and love for jeans of the place where it was born – Australia. From 80’s photographers to skateboarding and pub rock bands, it is a balance of Sarah and Andy’s personal experiences and modern lifestyle. The focus is on simple details and clean lines. It’s all about the look, the fit and keeping it simple. Shop their denim online at their website.