Henry Duarte is a denim legend when it comes to Rock-n-Roll style clothes and denim. He recently collaborated with J Brand on a Capsule collection and now is releasing his Spring 2010 line. The line will be called Henry Duarte Denim and will combine his Rock and Roll past with his minimalist collection of Duarte No. Q65.
The line will feature items like dark rinse indigo and grey jeans with elaborate details. The collection will also feature zippers and bell bottoms. The styles will be cohesive, as Duarte explained, “It all relates back to each other.”
Duarte expressed his excitement on the upcoming collection and his much anticipated relaunch. “Before, the denim market was so super-saturated. I’ve been wanting to do denim again, but I had to wait for the right time. So I watched what was going on, and when I saw my opportunity, I took it,” he said. “Also, my look is back in. Rock ’n’ roll is back in!”
The collection will feature seven styles, ranging from $168-$250.
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