Feature  -  October 27, 2015

It's all about denim

Chances are you wear your denim items more than any other piece of clothing in your wardrobe. Therefore we have lined up all in and outs you need to know before you decide to upgrade your denim game for this season.

Shot by upcoming talent: Luca Halma.
Written by: Marnix Koedijk & Sean Nakagawa

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Soulland

First up are the Erik Jeans in Indigo Blue from Soulland. These jeans have a regular fit, which sits at the waist and continues straight from the thigh through to the leg, made of 100% cotton. They feature a classic five-pocket style a zip fly closure accompanied with custom Soulland buttons and are constructed from 13 oz. mid-weight coarse denim cotton, making them slightly warmer for the colder days this fall and winter. All in all, a well constructed pair of selvedge jeans that can’t go unnoticed.

The Erik jeans are also available in a faded wash, called Vintage Blue. It has ripped details which along with the wash give these jeans a true vintage look. Trashed denim is running wild this season and the Erik Jeans in Vintage Blue are an example of how to nail this trend. Wear them with a vintage denim or leather jacket for an old-school rocker look.

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Han Kjøbenhavn

Han Kjøbenhavn prides itself as a brand founded on the principle of clean Danish design combined with influences reminiscent of the rowdy Danish workers. An inspiration which can clearly been seen in their denim line-up from the AW15 collection.

The tapered jeans, with an iconic fit is available in a heavy stone wash, a medium blue wash and and raw denim. The jeans feature a full front button closure and a branded natural leather patch. Its green line selvedge and antique rivets are what make this pair of denim truly unique piece.

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When wearing one of these great pairs of denim, try to keep it simple. It can be styled with a fitted T-shirt for a relaxed, casual look or dress them up with a button-down shirt and a sport coat for a business-casual style.

All jeans are crafted from Kaihara Mill’s denim, a textile house in Japan that has been producing indigo-dyed fabrics for over a hundred years. This makes their pieces a perfect combination of quality and style. Han Kjøbenhavn provides you with some clean and classic jeans that will last you for years.

Norse Projects

Norse Projects is renowned for their menswear with a strong focus on quality fabrics and fits. The brand reinvents classics with artisan quality, an eye for detail and state-of-the-art functionality. This is reflected in their all-new Super Slim Stretch denim from the AW15 collection.

The jeans have a skinny fit, and is made out of 98% cotton and 2% elastin. The black stretch denim fabric makes it perfect for active use. No more need to stuff denim in your socks and say goodbye to blow out from riding. Wear them with a pair of white or grey sneakers along with a dark coloured crewneck and all you urban cyclists will have a clean looking every day outfit for this season.

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Won Hundred

The founder of Won Hundred, Nikolaj Nielsen, has a long background in denim. He created the brand with the aim of creating a modern collection with a strong identity. This has resulted in great pairs of denim with clean lines, classic cuts and subtle detailing.

The first of three fits is the Elton, a a classic 5-pocket design featuring a high waist, regular thighs and a tapered hem. The Washed Black colour has a rock and roll feel to it.

The Franco features a regular fit with a normal rise and a tapered leg from the knee down.  These are also available in a Washed Black colouring.

The edgiest of them all is the Dean, a slim fit denim with a low rise and tapered leg from the knee down. Three washes are available of this fit, two light blue colours and a rinse black.

All of the denims can be rocked  with the Won Hundred Ray Leather jacket for an urban James Dean look.

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