Clothsurgeon denim collection lookbook

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Having announced the forthcoming denim line last week, we now take a look at the full Clothsurgeon denim collection in this lookbook shot by Ollie Adegboye.

We got a little excited when we first heard the news of Clothsurgeon’s plans for a denim line. Having known Rav for a while, I can confirm his taste and knowledge in denim is on point, so I was intrigued to see what he’d do with his own line. The collection features 2 pairs of denim (one slim, one baggy and cropped) and a denim jacket, both coming in washed and unwashed variations.

The collection is manufactured in Italy from premium Japanese 14.5oz red selvedge denim and feature plenty of attention to detail, such as the hidden zip pocket on the jeans. Enriched in denim history, the collection symbolises both the slim fitting jeans of today, as well as the looser, more workwear orientated jeans of the past. The denim jacket also plays a huge part in the story of denim, as do both washed and unwashed jeans. Rav has managed to quickly sum up over 140 years of denim history in this concise collection.

The debut Clothsurgeon denim collection is expected to go on pre-order in February via the Clothsurgeon website.

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