The Denim Edit
The Denim Edit
Finding the right denim for you is essential for making sure you look and feel like yourself, which is why we have curated a range of different styles and silhouettes with a rich history for you to choose from.
Think the harem silhouette but modernised. The new Balloon Fit is still about volume, but updated with a flattering high waistline.
New to Couverture, London-based label Ssōne has opted for an unexpected take on this dramatic cut with their Yarrow Jeans - made in a subtle relaxed fit and playful side seam that curves around the leg.
Enhance its proportions with a loose-fitting linen shirt either tucked into the front or left to hang over its high waistline.
Originally a refreshing alternative to the flared silhouettes of the late 1970's. Straight leg cuts have been a go-to classic that have never gone out of style.
The Rachel Comey New Norm Pant is a body-hugging pair crafted from soft Japanese denim, cut to a slim straight leg, and complete with a subtle cropped hem. Make the most of their ankle skimming length and style with a pair of high-tops, like the Novesta Star High Master Contrast Stitching Trainers.
Meant to give off vibes of comfort, relaxation and style, The Boyfriend jeans have stood the test of time, with the likes of Marilyn Monroe raising their profile in the 1960s, and wearing them as a rebellion against standard feminine fashion standards.
Whether you already own a few or are looking for your first pair, the Anni Jeans by Closed will be your new go-to pair, with their relaxed silhouette and high-rise waist accented with a rope belt and subtle fraying along the pockets and hemline.
Play into the casual feel and wear them with an oversized shirt and simple canvas trainers for the weekend.
Starting life as workwear attire for the likes of the US Army. The humble denim jacket has become a key addition for wardrobes everywhere.
The Embroidered Craft Jacket by Ssōne takes style notes from its traditional utilitarian history, with a boxy silhouette and multi-pocket construction. But what brings this piece to the 21st century is the artisanal appliqued embroidery throughout, made in an eco-friendly recycled cotton that follows the new craft resurgence of recent years.
Boiler suit, overall, coverall - just some of the words associated with the humble jumpsuit, a piece of clothing so rich in history, dating back to the start of the 1920s.
Originally worn by men as utilitarian workwear, the jumpsuit was first adopted by female munitions workers during the Second World War. It wasn’t long before its easy, hassle-free structure trickled into fashion and quickly became a must-have piece in the wardrobes of many.
The Rachel Comey Barrie Jumpsuit pays homage to the classic workwear style, with a boxy fit and easy long frontal zip closure. All you need are a pair of low-top canvas trainers to finish off the look.