Charlotte Ronson seemed to be channeling the 90s this season. Her collection featured tons of florals, slouchy fits and bleached out denim. From vests, hats and even overalls, Ronson’s collection was certainly a throw back! The denim in this collection certainly seems wearable and will add a laidback vibe to any outfit. Check out some of the looks below:
Images from Style.com
Clothes seem to have more of an ease for this season so far. Nothing is too structured or too constricted to the body. It is just a more relaxed kind of vibe with the shows and there is a ton of neutrals.
The Edun show was just that for the Spring 2011 collection. Every article of clothing had such an ease to them. From the denim shirts to the flowy maxi dress and tons of crisp white that is not shown here. Each piece can be mixed and matched and will still give the look of being put together. The attention to detail is great too. The sun-fading on the denim shirt is a nice touch to the usual. The denim dresses are also well constructed. Especially the asymmetrical one sleeve dress. I think the detail of the darting and hip is a nice touch. My overall thought on the collection was that it was great, very easy to wear from day-to-day.
Jessica Simpson announced her intention to add denim to her already popular Jessica Simpson collection. What better time to launch it than during fashion week? She held the “Show me your Blues” event to show off her Spring 2011 collection. The event was complete with her sister, Ashlee, serving as a model and brother-in-law, Pete Wentz, DJing.
The line is super affordable and stylish, with prices starting at $49! You can enter to win a chance to be styled by Jessica, by entering the contest on her website at Jessicasimpsoncollection.com/events. While her Spring 2011 denim collection is not yet available for purchase, you can check out some of the looks below and browse the rest on Instyle.com
J Brand is not only known for their great jeans but also their great collaborations. J Brand recently collaborated with acclaimed US brand Proenza Schouler. Now they’ve teamed up with 5 emerging British designers for their 5×5 Collaboration.
J Brand has teamed up with Christopher Kane, Erdem, Richard Nicoll, Peter Pilotto and Medham Kirchoff to create 5 distinct looks.
As J Brand’s founder Jeff Rudes explains, “Working with all five designers on 5 x 5 was a very rewarding experience for us. Each designer had a unique interpretation of J Brand that continues to expand the breadth of our brand. Our mission is to be a fashion leader that is making a difference; the project will help support future young designers through the Centre for Fashion Enterprise, the London organization that provides business guidance and mentoring for emerging fashion design talent.”
The 5×5 Collections will be available for purchase at UK department stores now as follows:
- J Brand / Christopher Kane for 5 x 5 will be available at Harvey Nichols.
- J Brand / Erdem for 5 x 5 will be available at Harrods.
- J Brand / Meadham Kirchhoff for 5 x 5 will be available at Browns.
- J Brand / Peter Pilotto for 5 x 5 will be available at Selfridges.
- J Brand / Richard Nicoll for 5 x 5 will be available at Liberty.
They will be available for purchase in the USA starting September 10th, at Jeffery and Intermix.com
Check out each of the designer’s collaborations below: