Designer Jean Look Books
Here is part one of the Nudie Fall/Winter 2011 Look Book. I have split it into 2 blog posts because there are so many new styles. This unfortunately is not all of them either so I only selected the best ones in my opinion and the most popular cuts.
As usual they have loads of styles and cuts in some amazing washes. They have of course carried on with the raw denim too. What do you think of the new styles? They also have some nice khakis and great denim jackets. If you hover your mouse over each of the gallery images it will tell you the cut and wash.
See by Chloe is sometimes seen as Chloe’s younger, more wearable sister. The line recently released the Summer 2011 collection which features bright colors and patchwork detailing that were seen in Chloe’s Fall/Winter 2011 collection and which are already definite trends. The Patchwork jeans remind me a lot of the Marni x Current/Elliott jeans that are already popular. You can preview the collection below.
Here is a look at the new Spring/Summer 2011 collection by Current/Elliott. The Spring Collection is inspired by the ’50s housewife. There are many flirty looks in this collection. They also brought back the stripes as well. These are bit different than their Hickory ones. The fit is still similar (a baggy style), but these have visible button-fly detailing. They also have many dresses and shirts this season. The pencil skirts have exposed buttoning going up the front. They featured some new denim shirts and a striped denim blazer too.
For the Summer collection, the boyscout was the inspiration. They have a pair of red denim just like Spring, but instead these are baggy so they can allow some breathing room for the summer. They also have something that we don’t really see too much, the skirt overall. I wonder if we will be seeing any celebrities in that? You can see looks from both seasons below.
Here the Summer 2011 Look Book for SABA Denim. SABA has been a driving force in the Australian fashion industry since 1965. Its uniqueness lies in its ability to integrate elegant silhouettes with beautiful fabrics. The brand is defined by the quality of elegant simplicity with an edge. These qualities carry across to their denim range that they just launched last week.
The new collection includes a range of fits for women including the cropped skinny, straight leg, mid rise skinny, jeggings and cargo’s, with a colour range that includes black, dark indigo, mid blue, slate and khaki. For men they offer both straight and slim legs with a palette of dark indigo, black, grey and charcoal. So what do you think of SABA Denim? I quite like the preppy feel it has to it.