As if I needed to be reminded, once again, that living in Colorado is vaguely disappointing, Celia from Sicka Than Average posted this amazing review of what I can only call a veritable plethora of denim trends and styles. Here’s her mini-review, exclusively for DenimDebutante.com:
For Spring/Summer 2010, Hudson Jeans found inspiration in everything from combat-ready apparel to the eco-friendly practice of recycling fabrics, launching four high-end capsule collections, each with an overriding theme.
These collections consist of: Resurrection, a range of one-of-a-kind styles made with unused denim scraps sewn together; Subversion, a collection of military-inspired pieces with cargo pockets, Army green denim, and other Army motifs; DIY, a range of denim styles that look as if they’d been altered and customized for maximum comfort; and Minimalist, a no-fuss collection with pieces that pay homage to the natural beauty and durability of denim. The DIY collection is particularly funky, with button-fly jeans featuring cool details like cut-out waistbands.
For more details on these collections, as well as images, check out SickaThanAverage.com.
Thanks so much for the quick review, Celia! Check out the new collection in more detail by heading over to Sicka Than Average and let me know how you feel about it!