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24.02.2015 - Carolin Petersen

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THE DESIGNERS ARE IN A VERY INDIGO MOOD AND SHOW DENIM AS FANCY AS IT CAN GET. LET THE CASUAL CLASSIC LIFT YOUR SPIRIT WITH UNEXPECTED CUTS AND JEANS OUT OF THE ORDINARY.

From classic American workwear to a symbol of youth rebellion to the key element in every wardrobe – the iconic denim has come a long way. Since the first designer jeans in the 1980’s the twilled cotton had a few appearances on the runways. This season denim is extremely strong with head to toe outfits at A-list designers like Chloé and Stella McCartney.
The looks vary from very classic cuts to denim in its most unusual way. Kenzo shows new shapes with skater inspired oversized boyfriend-jackets and huge palazzo pants. Stella McCartney decorates the cloth with Keith Haring-like embroidery and belt buckles. At Valentino you need a closer inspection to decipher the fabric. The romantic long dress with cotton lace incrustations so far is so far inspired from workwear and the original heritage that you can’t help doubting it. At Prada it’s quite the opposite. Signature elements like double stitching, dark indigo colour and shoulder patches make believe that it is denim, but it’s not. Whether real or fake, the fabric is mostly raw or very little stone washed.
If you prefer a romantic touch or favour the urban fits – get your hands on total denim looks for the most casual-chic summer dressing.

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© Jason Lloyd-Evans

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