Denim has been all over the runways over the last few seasons.Balmain's S/S 09 collection full of white wash slashed denim being a case in point. If the thought of spending £1,200 on a pair of stylish jeans makes your stomach turn, fear not.
Never ones to miss out on a big trend, at the end of the month high street retailer New Look is launching Yes Yes, their new line of denim.
The collection boasts everything from your ultra skinny jeans to your bootcut and low rise styles. The collection is available is sizes 8-26 and comes in both tall and maternity sizes to suit all body types.
The Yes Yes line is available in all New Look stores nationwide at the end of August.
Gone are the days when we have to squeeze ourselves into the skinniest of skinnies. Recently, more and more brands are focusing on the classic but relaxed boyfriend jean, to the delight of the whole Fash Pack team.
Paul & Joe is another brand to follow suit, after announcing their current collaboration with cult jeans brand, Citizens of Humanity to develop the ultimate version of the style.
Citizens of Humanity came on board to help the label develop their signature Dylan cut into their new Special Dylan style.
"This collaboration seemed like a natural progression for the Paul & Joe brand and it was a pleasure to work with such a great team behind the iconic denim label," Paul & Joe founder and designer Sophie Albou said to Vogue.com. "The Special Dylan jeans echo Paul & Joe's classic style and tailoring whilst also offering the L.A. relaxed look which Citizens Of Humanity do so well."
The Special Dylan Jean will be available in the Paul & Joe boutique on Sloane Street from 10th August.
Ugh. We've been through the whole jeans-hurt-your-nerves scare with hip-huggers, and now here we are again with skinny jeans. For the latest reason your clothes are killing you slowly (put down your heavy handbag and kick off your stilettos and listen to me!), CBS Healthwatch informs us that close-fitting denim can pinch your groin nerve and make your legs and butt go numb.
Dr Jennifer Ashton's solution? Wear jeggings. For the alleged same look. With all due respect, anyone who confuses jeggings for denim might need to see an optometrist for unhealthy eyesight. We'll stick with dresses.