The unisex universe is expanding in the form of Nudie Jeans’ new Lean Dean style with a cross-gender fit.
The unisex universe is expanding in the form of Nudie Jeans’ new Lean Dean style with a cross-gender fit. Clever detailing transforms this straight leg jean into staple-potential for both sexes and comes in a classic blue and grey colour scale. The innovative Swedish denim brand is known for their progressive incorporation of sustainable practise into their designs and we feel that the new unisex style is a move forward in the trending quest to de-genderise fashion. The versatile nature of the design makes the jeans not just suited to a wider audience but to multiple occasions and styling options. Exciting stuff indeed and we would quite like to see an inspiring campaign to promote the jeans which were recently launched at iconic London department store Liberty’s. More here.
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