JBrand jeans have one of the best collections of black denims for both genders. Mostly in stretch and high stretch for super shaping with ankle skimming or kick flares for length interest. Fitted and formed black denims are back.
Ashish Gupta was born in India where he studied Fine Art after which he studied fashion at Central St Martins. His wanderlust in search of success did not end in London. He went to Paris to seek design success where after being robbed of his whole portfolio he designed for friends. Spotted by Browns focus he designed his first collection in 2001 and won the New generation design award 3 times.
His designs are luxe glam with more than a little flavour of his Indian heritage with embellishment and bling being a huge part of their attraction. His fine art background accounts for why his freestyle textile embellishment plays such a huge part in his clothing design. No surface is left unadorned.
Even his jeanswear demonstrates the ultimate in bling. Pattern and sequinned decoration combine to create their own level of taste.
There is so much going on in an Ashish garment that you don't know where to look first. For lovers of embellishment his items are a "must have". Jeans are probably the most commercial vehicle for his OTT decoration.
Matt Allchin and Hayley Caine are the brains behind Caine London a cult denim brand born in Peckham London. Their brand is "irreverent and fun" , they create "wearable works of art to be worn until they die". Their ready to wear collections strive to be witty and effortless, with styles appealing to both genders. Each collection sees them source vintage denim jackets that they emblazon with unique hand-painted works of art. Influences for the designs deriving from sources such as canals of south London, 90s grunge, and everyone's favourite place, the traditional English Pub.
Their AW16 collection, aptly taking its name from the London Cockney slang for pub, "Rub-A-Dub", celebrates the traditional signs you would see hanging above your favourite local boozer.
Here at The Denim Eye we can't wait to see what's coming from for the next season from this brand.
For more check out cainelondon.com
Rialto Jeans Project - Denim doing good.
RJP is an ethical philanthropic denim brand which specialises in hand painted one off vintage items.
Everything is handcrafted in the studio of ERIN FENIGER in South Street Seaport NYC with the brand counting A -list actors , musicians and super models among its growing customer base. Erin Feniger sources rare American made vintage and personally hand paints every piece herself thereby creating unique pieces with a current fashion awareness.
Rialto Jeans Project benefits children through art with proceeds of the brand going to support innovative therapy programmes in the Children's Hospital LA and New York Presbyterian Hospital from the RJP charitable platform of "DENIM DOING GOOD".
Follow the brand progress at rialtojeanproject.com
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