Designer Jean Look Books
Here is the new Freedman Denim Winter/Holiday 2010 Look Book. Freedman Denim started off by Randy Freedman as a custom, made-to-order company. But with a new partnership Freedman has been turned into a ready-to-wear line. Though being produced at a bigger and faster scale, nothing is being skimped out during the process. You can still see well tailored handmade pieces like the ones that he has made for such musicians as Jack Johnson, Ben Harper, and more in the Americana themed collection. He also uses only the best fabrics. You can check out the new styles by Freedman Denim below.
Hurley has just launched their latest denim line for Spring 2011 called Hurley Denim. The collection features a lot of denim shirts and boyfriend shorts as well as jeans. They also opted for the missing back pocket trend on their shorts, much like Current/Elliott. What do you think of the new collection?
Here is the Fall/Winter 2010 Look Book for a brand I am very fond of, Mardou & Dean. We don’t see much of this brand which is a shame because everything about their jeans is amazing! They have very authentic looking washes and the way their button fly goes off to one direction is so unique. The back pockets are also very flattering! They really are great jeans!
For their new collections they have their super skinny jeans in a variety of washes, high rise jeans and a paneled denim jean for the women. For the men they have skinny fits, dropped crotch fits and looser fitting styles. If you haven’t tried Mardou & Dean jeans yet then I definitely suggest you do! You wont be disappointed. They are soon to be stocked in Donna Ida.
Here is the brand new Spring/Summer 2011 Look Book for the new brand Artisan de Luxe. We have done a few features on this brand already, including a couple of celebs wearing clothes from their line.
I think this new collection is very cute! I love the denim dresses and the uniqueness that this collection makes you feel. The spring shorts and jeans are also really nice. They have a great fit and nice washes. What do you think of it? Are you a fan of Artisan de Luxe?