Trending: Baroque Denim

We just published a Denim Developments report on 90s Baroque prints returning to the streets and runways of London, Tokyo,  New York and Milan.

Stylish trendsetters are taking inspiration from the opulent, logo-heavy late 80s and early 90s when status brands like Versace and Moschino ruled premium jeanswear markets. This movement, which started as a thrift store trend, is now affecting directional denim labels and key styling looks, with the Versace x H&M collaboration, plus leading S/S 12 collections by D&G, Givenchy and PPQ. We love the in-your-face allover prints, the rich, jemstone shades and the bling, over-the-top hardware.

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