Lookbook: 7 For All Mankind 2010 Transition

by Jaime on January 14, 2010

Sure, four pieces does not a lookbook make, but these are too fabulous not to share. Read the press release, then check out the photos…. I want to know what you think about them!

Los Angeles, CA – For 7 For All Mankind, Transition 2010 – which marks the end of spring and beginning of summer – is a whimsical, dramatic, and adventurous collection that retains the brand’s signature sexy sophistication.

The collection channels a spirit of exotic wanderlust across both the sportswear and denim styles. On denim visual interest and emotion is enhanced by applying color and bleach to 7 For All Mankind’s most popular silhouettes. These “Engineered Authentic” pieces mimic the natural – and sometimes accidental – aging process of garments. The Josefina in Bizarre wash perfectly exemplifies the spirit of the collection with its worn down, super-bleached look. Grinding throughout the garment creates character while bleach spots add the perfect highs and lows.

The use of unique embellishments also characterizes the collection. Chains, studs and other metallic elements are used throughout to add emotional history to key pieces. On the stormy grey Underground wash, a delicate row of hematite crystals and black-toned pewter studs dress up the leg. This “Eclectic Gilding” moves novelty off the back pocket to the entire garment. 

- Off pocket novelty 
- Studs, crystals, sequins, and embellishment 
- Metal chains 
- Bleach spots and marbling 
- Color 
- Ombre 
I’m not normally a big Ombre fan, but…. wow. Just wow. First off, I have a pair of the Gummy Gwenevere and they are easily one of my new favorites. But this? It’s a whole new animal, and I am swooning.
What do you think about these pieces? Are they wearable? I’m probably going to Polyvore the Ombre jeans… how would you style it?
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