Age or Denim

Denim, the all-American textile that continues to be a staple in 2015.
But, what if even the classic need a dose of modernization?
 
This is exactly what Spring 2015 has in store for us, as denim pushes the envelope of fashion into fun and quirky shapes and silhouettes. Daring denim styles have been waiting to make then new and improving appearances and designers for their positions across by exaggerating ‘denim-on-denim’ looks. Straight from the runaways were loose, relaxed silhouettes in dark denim washes, which wrapped models in full on jumpsuits. Long maxi skirts, and also introducing ‘the little denim dress’. The denim jacket will still be with us but with heaver embellishments such as 3D beading, lace ups and quilting details.
 
Overall, denim is no longer a title-reserved exclusively for jeans. This time, its reinventing denim like we’ve never seen it before. The return of distressed denim, including intricate and vintage-inspired repair and restricting detailing this year. There’s this huge 70’s resurgence happening right now, and it’s a denim trend that’s spot-on. Skinny jeans have become a classic staple for every woman’s wardrobe, and celebs have been embracing the skinniest of jeans with the plumpest of bottoms. Everyone needs to experiment with new denim technology; the infusion of ‘athleisure’ and comfort in the market, is really being perfected and is now offered in multiple fits, colors, and lengths with Lyca infusion and retention retaining. Who doesn’t want the perfect jean that never loses its shape and beyond comfortable?
Have you checked your denim stash lately? Maybe it’s time to get yourself a new pair.
 
Creative Director: Leo Creary
Models: Angel Beltra, Adriana Hilera, Angee Huntely, Felix Obas
Assistant: Sharretha Harper
Wardrobe Styling: Orlando Styling
Styling Assistants: Andrew Mitchell, Kimberly Hernandez Alexiss Phillips
Wardrobe Provided by: Neiman Marcus Last Call
Hair & Make Up: Orlando Styling
Shoes Provided by: The House of Shoes