Designer Jean Look Books
Here is the brand new BALDWIN Holiday 2015 Look Book. Kansas City based designer Matt Baldwin has designed an assortment of premium selvage denim, knitwear, outerwear, sweaters and hoodies for the up and coming collection.
Styles like the Reed jean in Capitol Hill are composed of stretch selvage while the Nolan Drawstring Pant in Heather Grey Herringbone is made from boiled wool, combining relaxed fits with premium fabrics. The new BALDWIN collection continues to reflect Matt’s love of denim and timeless functionality, offering a range of new indigo washes in key silhouettes, cut with a wearable ease.
Here is a look at the new Fall 2015 Premium Vintage collection from Citizens of Humanity. The new collection kept in vintage theme with what the sub-collection is known for and vintage doesn’t always mean distressed and worn. For the Fall, they have dabbled into deadstock. Timeless and clean styles that were favorites of the Rockabillies.
You can expect to see the deadstock styles in straight fits and another Rockabilly favorite, a denim jacket. But they didn’t exclude those classic styles that they are known for. There are plenty of those slouchy and distressed pieces that they do best. You can see what will be coming from the Premium Vintage collection by Citizens below.
Take a look at the new Fall 2015 Campaign video from MiH. In the video you can see pieces that embody the soul of MiH, which is modern fits with a ’70s ease and sense. You can see their staple flares along with amazing outerwear like a lined suede coat and lurex blazer that will have you remembering why you loved the era. Check out the video above and click here to purchase the collection now from their website.
Here is a look at the new Fall 2015 collection from the Alexa Chung for AG collaboration. For the new season, the style icon gave new takes on the styles of the past season as well as introducing new ones. One thing they both have in common, is the vintage quirk that Alexa is known for.
Pieces like the Brianna and Revolution jeans were refined and cleaned up. You can expect to see a ’70s treatment given to them and made in corduroy. She didn’t stop at just corduroy either and made pieces like the Gove skirt in suede. You can see all of these along with knitwear printed with fun graphics and outerwear below. What do you think of the new collection from the Alexa Chung for AG line?