18 Pairs of Distressed Denim Shorts to Stock Up on for Summer

A great pair of denim cutoffs can provide endless outfit options throughout the warmer months of the year, and a bit of torn-and-tattered detailing can help give a vintage feel to a brand new pair. Plus, imagine the possibilities thanks to this extremely versatile garment: Distressed …

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DL1961 Introduces the Performance Denim for Men

DL1961, a premium denim brand that combines functionality and versatility for eco-conscious customers, is introducing a men’s performance denim line. 
The collection features more than 50 styles and comes in five fits ranging from skinny to straight. The line is designed for comfort and functionality and to be worn to work, dinner outings and everything in between. 
“We built DL on the foundations of quality, fit, innovation and sustainability. The hidden element that makes this pant so special is the added breathability — making the garment functional for year-round wear,” said Zahra Ahmed, DL1961‘s vice president of marketing. 
DL uses performance fabrics that are suitable enough for all-day wear, so customers can achieve the right look without sacrificing comfort. This men’s performance denim line molds with the body, creating a fitted shape that doesn’t feel too tight or stretchy.  
The brand uses eco-friendly fabrics, such as Tencel-lyocell. According to DL, Tencel-lyocell fosters a closed loop process, meaning that the brand’s clothes prioritize the environment from sourcing to final product. 
“We use up to 50 percent less energy and water and up to 60 percent less carbon footprint resulting in lower environmental impact, compared to our competitor’s product,” Ahmed added. “This brings significant lifecycle savings of water

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Denim Première Vision Travels to London and Aims to Be More International

LONDON — Denim Première Vision is looking outward and repositioning itself on an international scale: For the first time in 11 years, the denim trade show was held outside Paris as part of a new strategy that will see the show land in a variety of locations.
London was the first stop in the fair’s “roving denim” strategy, which will see the exhibition touch down in markets with mature fashion industries. The two-day event wraps up Thursday at the Old Truman Brewery in Shoreditch.
For Guglielmo Olearo, chief executive officer of Première Vision, London offers a hotbed of creativity and contemporary fashion while also being an “unexplored market for denim. Our new positioning is very contemporary, fashionable and sustainable, and from what I can see so far, London touches on all these points,” Olearo said.
This year’s exhibition hosted 89 companies, ranging from weavers to garment manufacturers to technology developers. Olearo said these exhibitors were chosen to fit the year’s four themes: Discover, Care & Share, Performance and Personalization. According to Première Vision’s fashion director, Pascaline Wilhelm, personalization is the DNA of denim.
According to Wilhelm, trends are stemming from product innovation and comfort. “People don’t want to be constrained with garments, the need for freedom is

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Vanessa Hudgen’s Denim, Meghan Markle’s Coat and More Celeb Style on Sale for Black Friday

ESC: Vanessa Hudgens, Street StyleIt’s the best day of the year to be inspired by celebrity style!
For once, you can scroll through a gallery of celebrity street style photos and actually buy the pieces they’re…

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