Men’s lookbooks for Fall/Winter 10/11

A good selection of men’s denim and casualwear brands are packaging a true ‘outdoors’ aesthetic for their Fall/ Winter look books. Blanket linings, lined rider and rancher jackets, workwear chambray shirts and leather and flannel are layered together to create a rugged menswear look. Riviera Club introduces its new fall collection, beautifully photographed by Randall Mesdon and styled by Julie Ragolia. ...
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(Un)Dressed

(Un)Dressed is the latest project from recent UCA Epsom graduates, stylist Rachel Dawson and photographer Laura McCluskey The duo teamed up to create a 143-page hardcover book of photography, exploring the ideas behind hyper-consumerism. The book is comprised of shoots inspired by various aspects of societies’ spending habits, the fashion cycle and the short life span of a typical trend; the ...
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Blog Roll: Loose Women and Denim Dudes

A traditional Friday routine, we round up the best denim street style from blogs around the world. This week, the loose tapered jean proved very popular for the ladies, while the guys got dapper with their denim… From left: Vanessa Jackman, Stylesight, Drop Tokyo From left: StyleSight, Copenhagen Street Style, Stylesight From Left: Stylesight, Lookbook.nu, Stockholm Street Style From Left: Drop Tokyo, Stylesight, ...
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Women’s editorial: B+W denim and Western blues

Today’s post celebrates four great women’s editorials featuring summer denim. First off we visit two great moody black and white set-ups: Ava Smith gives denim an aristocratic and eccentric attitude with workwear, Navajo and bouclé all styled in with heirloom jewelry. French Vogue captures Raquel Zimmermann in gutsy tomboy denim from Calvin Klein Jeans, Sisley and G-Star. Ava Smith shot and ...
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‘Put this on’ Blog

Another great post for the denim purist this week, and a really fab find too. Put this on is a blog and video web series dedicated to the art of dressing like a gentleman. True sartorial questions such as “When can I wear seersucker?” and personal style video interviews with dapper gents such as singer/songwriter/producer Mayer Hawthorne feature on this ...
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Video: Inside The Rugged Standard

One of the UK’s best online denim stores Superdenim has opened its first bricks and mortar store called The Rugged Standard. Situated in the sleepy town of York in the North of England, The Rugged Standard stocks a blend of niche and international labels such as Studio D’Artisan, Joe McCoy, Mister Freedom, Viberg, Jack Spade and Post Overalls. Take a video tour ...
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Inventory Magazine

A magazine to shout about, this Canada-based publication is a brilliant source of inspiration, expert denim and casualwear knowledge and sartorial guy's styling. The first issue had a strong Japanese flavor with features on Engineered Garments, Yuketen and Nigel Cabourn, as well as the denim legend that is Mr. Freedom. The sophomore issue is out now and includes pieces on Margaret ...
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Blogroll

Just in time for the weekend and World Cup festivities, we’re delivering your weekly fix of street style’s finest denim outfits. From left: Wayne Tippets, Look de Rue and Easy Fashion. Clockwise from left: Hanneli, Stockholm Streetstyle, All the Pretty Birds and Knightcat. From left: Facehunter, The Sartorialist and Stylesight. Thumbnail image via Lookbook.
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Denim Down Under

Sydney’s Rosemount Australian Fashion Week is known for showcasing killer up-and-coming Aussie talents, and Spring/Summer 2010/2011’s collections were full of head-to-toe denim ensembles. From Saint Augustine Academy’s gold-studded shirts to Ksubi’s crisscrossed cut outs, here are some of our favorite looks. Saint Augustine Academy Ksubi From left: Saint Augustine Academy, Nana Judy, Nookie and Zambesi. Thumbnail image: Bassike.
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Jean-Paul’s Jeans

After making its funky debut on in “The G-Spot” collection for S/S 10, Jean-Paul Gaultier’s collboration with Levi’s has finally hit stores. Images of the women’s cone bra-enhanced overalls and harem cuts were recently released, while the men’s harness-emblazoned goods were originally showcased late last year in an L’Officiel Homme editorial featuring Josh Beech and Isaac Carew.
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Biannual Blues

As denim continues to dominate the pages of fashion magazines the world over, we’re showing you our favorites from the Spring/Summer 10 issues of biannual pubs. AnOther Magazine enlisted Alasdair McLellan to shoot top French model Sigrid Agren wearing baby blues by Hudson Jeans, Rokit, Louis Vuitton, 7 For All Mankind and I Love Vintage in a shoot styled by editor ...
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East vs. West

From an Empire State of Mind to California Dreamin’, we’re showing you the latest lookbooks from two buzzworthy brands. New York menswear designer Dana Lee delivers a rich combination of merino wools, waxed canvas and raw denim mixed with warm accents of pumpkin and peacock hues for F/W 10. Lee cast a group of Manhattan creative types to pose for the ...
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Blogroll

From Berlin and boyfriend jeans to chambray in Sydney and Stockholm, we’re showing you the best denim ensembles from our favorite street style sites. Clockwise from left: Altamira, Yvan Rodic, Copenhagen Street Style and The Streets Walker. From left: White Lightening, Look de Rue and Rioetc. From left: Stockholm Street Style, Stylesightings and Vanessa Jackman.
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Doe-Eyed Dear

This week’s jean-packed editorials come to you courtesy of the Land Down Under. Cutting-edge fashion rag Oyster and Harper’s BAZAAR Australia both feature rising runway star Bambi Northwood-Blyth donning denim-clad looks.Bec Parsons shot brands such as Diesel and Pepe Jeans in-studio for Oyster, while Pierre Toussaint headed to an empty pool to capture Ksubi’s printed denim collection. This Aussie stunner is ...
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Traveling Denim

Japanese filmmaker Takayuki Akachi took a girl, a camera and a pair of Levi’s jeans to 50 different countries and documented the fading process in a video entitled, “Traveling Denim”. From the streets of Moscow to the deserts of Africa, the jeans begin to tell their own story as they beautifully unravel during their voyage around the world.
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