Designer Jean Look Books
Here is the men’s Spring 2011 Look Book for the denim brand Cycle. Much like the women’s collection, they have some amazingly detailed washes and they focus their attention to all garments. They have a great selection of denim shirts in varied washes as well as jackets, sleeveless jackets, cropped jeans and regular jeans. I think this is definitely a brand to watch! You can view the women’s Look Book by clicking here.
Here is the brand new Spring 2011 women’s Look Book for the denim brand Cycle. I wasn’t too familiar with the brand until I saw the Look Book and spoke to them, but now I am really glad I know about them! I can tell based on their pieces in this new line that they really care about denim. They care about the textures and the washes they create and they make sure each jean looks its best before putting it on the market.
I have become a huge fan of the brand based on these images and I can’t wait to try them! I’m already in love with their denim shirts, vests and some of the lighter wash jeans! I am going to be doing an interview with the brand soon so you can find out more about them. You can view the men’s Look Book by clicking here.
Ariya Jeans has been around since 2009 and really caters to the curvy girl who loves to show off her curves. It’s a brand specifically designed to flatter and hug a woman’s curvy body shape, accentuating the hips and the butt. Here is their Look Book for their Fall 2010 styles which are available to buy now from Macy’s, JC Penny and Body Central among others. So if you are a lady with curves and you just can’t find a good pair of jeans, you might want to try out Ariya. Their Facebook page is www.facebook.com/ariyajeans.
Here is Blank NYC’s huge Look Book for their Spring/Summer 2011 collection. They have a lot of denim to offer and their new styles are hot!
The Spring collection includes a bigger push into non-denim integrities, such as sateen, tencel, linen, broken twill and leather. Just like many other brands, Blank are taking it further with their fabrics. Non-denim fabrics are represented by sateen cropped trousers and long shorts, linen relaxed straight legs and drawstring pants and Tencel drawstring shorts. Military inspired styles are also present in their new line, cargos in new spring colors as well as cargo bermuda shorts as an update to the cargo and cargo skirts and broken twill military crop pant
Their new fits include a rugged slim bootcut, roll up skinny capri, relaxed straight legs and skinnys, high rise skinnies and a high rise belle. There is also a high rise aviator short. Spring seems to focus on cleaner washes and more beat-up light washes as well, transitioning from heavy embellished styles from the Fall season to new fits, fabrications and styles with a novelty twist for Spring.