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PUBLISHED : Friday, 29 January, 2016, 10:52am
UPDATED : Friday, 29 January, 2016, 12:23pm


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Your jeans will never go out of style but it is the styling that gets you to the top of the denim game. Lane Crawford’s Womenswear General Merchandising Manager Kelly Wong shares her top 5 denim looks of the season.

The New Shapes Of Denim

“This dramatic new denim-inspired maxi silhouette by Rosie Assoulin works for even casual settings, by contrasting it with a re-worked denim jacket and platform derbies.”

Treated Denim

“To tone down this one-of-a-kind hand-painted jeans by Rialto Jean Project, pair with a plain white tee or knit top. Finish off the look with a camel coat to add some polish.”


“The Seventies continues to inspire, and flared jeans are finally fresh again. This season’s peasant tops, fringe bags and platforms complete the look.”

Denim On Denim

“The trick to pulling this look off is to ensure the tones are in harmony – dark wash with dark wash, light wash with light wash. sacai’s denim jacket and culottes make it easy.”


“This androgynous weekend look is best kept simple; a crisp white tee and sneakers put the focus on the oversize proportions. Layer on the denim jackets in different washes and treatments for a new take on the exaggerated silhouette.”

Denim for Men

As for the guys, designers have rolled out new technical treatments, new styling and an expanded range that includes everything from jackets to shirts and more.

Neil Barrett’s darker indigo palette, Valentino’s expanded denim collection, Givenchy’s updated American workwear as well as lived-in denim by Denham, R13, Re/Done and Saint Laurent Paris are spoiling denim lovers with a plethora of innovative ideas.

A curated denim collection

Not many other kinds of fabric have inspired the use of technology quite as much as denim. It is always inspiring to see what designers are up to with their treatment of this iconic fabric. A more comprehensive showcase of the latest denim styles can be found at “The Denim Room: All You Need to Know”, Lane Crawford’s curated denim destination offering a comprehensive showcase of trends, fits and ashes.

It is where you can get carried away with everything denim, and explore the season’s new designs and innovative finishes such as rip and repair patchwork, embellishments, distressing and paint splashes.

Over 30 denim brands and collections are available at Lane Crawford stores and online, including newly introduced brands including Amiri, Cedric Charlier, R13, Rachel Comey, Rialto Jean Project, Simon Miller and Tortoise. Those visiting the stores should also take a moment to appreciate the surreal fabric sculptures by Dutch artist Guda Koster. Her exclusive installations for the Denim Room - “living sculptures” crafted with denim - will inspire you to look at this perennial fashion element, in a new light.

International fashion stylist Tina Leung has created 5 denim looks in collaboration with Lane Crawford’s Denim Room. Photographed by her good friend Socrates Mitosis in Venice, California, which she considers the most denim of cities. Tina demonstrated how denim can be edgy, laid-back, romantic or sexy, or everything at the same time.

Sacai denim yoke shirt dress

T by Alexander Wang oversized denim jacket

Isabel Marant Etoile cotton voile top

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