Don’t Cry Baby is an Italian fashion brand with its head office in Milan and has been in business for two years. They just completed their Spring/Summer 2012 collection and you can see some of the styles in the gallery below. I actually really like this brand, they have fun washes and styles that look really nice.
The production is based in Italy within the Venice area, a region that has been made famous for its large concentration of denim “production companies” and also for the expertise that the area has. Their goal is to deliver a product with the finest denim whether it’s an Italian denim or Japanese twill. They believe that the authentic true denim in time only gets better with wash after wash or just the older and worn out it gets. They take pride in buying quality denim like the latest modal denim, or authentic denim, stretch, bi-stretch and all the latest denims that are exposed at the Paris trade shows. The washes are also produced in an environmentally friendly way.
The price range for these Don’t Cry Baby jeans is between €150 and €250. They have an average premium denim price point which I am glad about. They also mention that a lot of Italian celebrities are wearing their jeans. I also saw that the lovely Chiara from The Blonde Salad is a fan too! What do you think of the brand? I will be posting the full Look Book soon. You can check out their website here and also purchase the jeans.
Here is one of the videos to correspond with the highly anticipated Balmain diffusion line, Pierre Balmain. It holds the Balmain punk feel with all the zippers, tight fits, and slouchy tops. I think this collection will do well. I can’t wait to see the still pictures of the pieces. You can watch the video above to watch Abbey Lee Kershaw and Our Mountain prance around the city city in the clothing.
Scandinavian denim brand Cheap Monday is releasing a new denim collection. The collection, called “7 Days Jeans”, was released this month. Featuring offerings for both men and women. There are 7 different styles, each named after the 7 days of the week. Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Sunday are styles mainly worn by men, while Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday are more female focused. The styles are cut in 31 different washes, ranging from corduroy to bright colors.
The inspiration behind the brand is all about simplicity, individuality and freedom in order to find a wash and fit that suits different personalities and types. It’s also about a reasonable price tag. The prices will range from around $40-60. They are available for purchase online at Weekday.com. Check out the video and look book.
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Washborn Denim is a brand new denim brand which has just hit the US market! Known for its cutting edge designs, Korea is next on every trendsetters list of fashion destinations, so it’s no surprise runaway hit label Washborn hails from this innovative country. Washborn has making affordable cool bottoms down to a science. The styles are also all under $100 for their premium denim. How good is that? You can see some of their styles in the gallery below.