Denim on denim: it's officially in style again, and in a big way.
The denim on denim look isn't just being featured in 80s and 90s-themed magazine editorials, but it's been seen on runways and on the covers of magazines, like Cameron Diaz's recent shoot for Marie Claire.
Enjoy this cluster of denim-on-denim fashion looksâ€”which even includes the Denim Dan look for dud-loving dudes, and bring on the blue!
Implications - Many fashion trends are simply a recycling of styles from times-gone-by. Companies can use this mode of product design to save money yet also appeal to a large number of consumers. Many individuals will find comfort in products with a retro feel, yet feel the need to purchase the commodity due to the modern twists.
From Denim Dans to Head-to-Toe Jeans Cover Models
Sandals from Old Jeans
Justin Timberlake's William Rast Designs At NY Fashion Week
Lagerfeld's Blue Collection for Chanel Spring 2008
Cameron Diaz Wears Head-to-Toe Jean For Marie Claire
Revisiting Denim Classics
Acne Releases 4 Best Selling Dresses
Denim Shirt Revivals
Denim Shirts, Vests & Jackets Blossom in Spring 2009
Male Denim Oversaturation
Pepe Jeans Ad Promotes Rocking The Canadian Tuxedo
Jeans Dominate Designer Runways, From Branded Head to Toe
Scorching Denim Campaigns
Gisele Bundchen Sizzles for True Religion Ads
Guess Jeans Sell With Blue and Lots of Skin in S/S 09 Campaign