Double down on denim with the blue-jean looks our editors are loving

Never has there been a fabric that has managed to transcend seasons and styles as seamlessly as denim. And while cuts and colours may change more frequently than you wash your favourite pair of jeans, fashion’s hardest working fabric has been renewed once again via runways and street style icons, just in time for winter.

While skinny jeans remain on the out, high-rise straight-leg shapes are very much in, such as Re/Done’s iconic 90s High Rise Loose Fit and St. Agni’s Mid Rise Wide Leg (jeans that will take you from day to night with ease).

Y2K trends are at the forefront yet again, with denim becoming the handbag material of choice, adorning quintessential styles like Balenciaga’s Hourglass, Louis Vuitton’s Loop Bag and Saint Laurent’s Puffer Bag.

With the inclusion of classic jackets from Gucci, pinafore-style dresses from Prada and sneakers from Dior, there’s never been a better time to embrace your inner blue jean baby and add a little more denim to your closet.

Clockwise from top left: 90s High Rise Loose Jeans by Re/Done from Workshop, Hourglass Bag from Balenciaga, Denim Dress with Horsebit from Gucci, DENIM COCOON SLEEVE MINI DRESS from Scanlan Theodore, WALK’N’DIOR SNEAKER from Dior, Ecowashed Denim wide brim hat from Gucci, Oversized Vintage Denim jacket by Acne Studios from Workshop.
Clockwise from top left: Denim Mini Dress from Prada, Denim Bucket Hat from Prada, Denim Mini Skirt from Wardrobe NYC, Loop Bag from Louis Vuitton, Mid Rise Wide Leg Jean by St.Agni from Muse, VLogo denim slingback pumps by Valentino from Mytheresa, GG Denim Jacket from Gucci, Puffer Bag from Saint Laurent.
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