Paige Denim Holiday 2013/2014 Lookbook

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The Paige Denim Holiday 2013/2014 lookbook showcases the brands ability to keep moving forward and keep offering some of the best premium denim available. Both the men and the women’s collections are absolutely outstanding.

The women’s collection features denim in a wide variety of styles with the focus seeming to be on slim fitting skinny styles. The women’s collection feature’s metallics, printed denim with a wide variety of patterns and even denim with sequins for a beautiful looking finish. Paige’s denim is made to fit perfectly in a way that flatter’s your body to ensure that you look amazing in them.

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The men’s collection also features some slim fitting styles as well. The collection embarks on a journey to a new frontier one inspired by undiscovered unfamiliar territories. It features denim in light washes as well as camo pants and leather jackets. Just the right amount of style to make any gent look great every day.

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Paige Denim is also one of the brands that have come to the realization of the impact that the fashion industry has on the environment. They have started producing their clothing in a much more environmentally friendly way. “Over the past couple of years, we have taken significant strides to reduce our overall carbon footprint as a company”, says Founder and Creative Director Paige Adams-Geller. “As designers, we have become extremely interested in investigating the different ways we can incorporate this eco mentality into the denim we are creating.” Restored is an exploration of the land and its natural resources, borrowing Earth’s raw ingredients – cotton, oil, coal, and wood – to re-imagine pieces in a modern way.

One of the denim washes is constructed from eight melted down plastic bottles spun into wearable fibres, Badger is a modernized vintage wash that is a true workman’s jean. Featuring matte black hardware, flannel like lining, and subtle destruction; the jean was designed to highlight the details and resources that created it.

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