Designer Jean Look Books
Here is the brand new Cult of Individuality Fall Winter 2014 Look Book, for both the men and women. They have many of the gorgeous classic blue washes varying from light to dark, but they have some gorgeous prints in snake and lace as well as some pretty burgundy and purple ombre!
We haven’t seen too many prints lately, or fashionable jeans as everyone is sticking to classics, so it’s quite nice to see something unique again! What pieces are your favourite? You can see the full look book below.
The Paper Denim & Cloth Fall 2014 collection for men is the perfect compliment to the women’s. It has more more of an easy grunge vibe that is juxtaposed against the smart styling of the women’s.
Designer Alex said herself, she wanted the lines of both collections to be blurred a bit. There are details that have carried over from the women into the men’s. Expect to see similar distressing as well as repairing for the men as well. Check out the collection below.
For Fall 2014, Paper Denim & Cloth kept their focus on basics with a bit of an update. For their ‘Cloth’ part of the line, the brand updated the knits by adding leather detailing as well as heavy cable knits in ombre.
Their denim this season is focused on the true soul of the fabric. It had a natural distressed feel as well as some wrinkled fading that add even more of a worn feel. From their denim to their knits, Paper Denim & Cloth has pieces that you will want to cozy up with after the heat descends. Check out the collection below.
There is a new denim brand on the scene, based out of London, called Bethnals Ltd. and you can see the new Autumn Winter 2014 look book here. The brand was created by denim lover, Melissa, who used to be the senior buyer for Topshop, working exclusively with jeans and denim for six years, so she has plenty of experience in the industry.
Bethnals is a London-born, unisex, denim brand and as a Londoner herself, as well as a religious denim-wearer, Melissa couldn’t understand why in a city defined by its lack of definition, we are still divided by gender when it comes to denim. Melissa thinks men shouldn’t have to sneak into the women’s section to get their jeans skinny enough and women shouldn’t have to actually have a boyfriend to get the right ‘boyfriend jeans’ and that’s why Bethnals is here. She is a true tom boy, and has been developing a new generation of jean perfectly cut to work with both the male and female silhouette.
You can take a look at the full look book below! What do you think? The prices will start at £75 for core styles up to £125 for selvedge. I think that’s a great in-between price from high street to premium!