Rising to popularity in the 19th century, jeans were designed to be hardwearing, practical trousers for manual labourers during the Gold Rush – anchored by metal rivets and the hunger for riches. 

Fast Forward 160 years and denim is woven into the fabric of society – and despite the gold rush wearing a different guise in 2017, the drive for success remains the same. 
 

AW17 sees contemporary slim and skinny fits elevated with the addition of trend-led panelling and embroidered details. 
 

The Chara and Novia Biker Jeans feature ribbed panelling which create tonal texture – letting pieces like the Gruis Denim Jacket take centre stage when worn together. The Draco Jean works the embroidery trend into the most wearable piece of the season: light wash denim with distressing to the knees, completed with serpent embroidery to the rear pocket. 
 

Glorious Gangsta Denim is the cornerstone of looks as far ranging as trend-led fits with an ostentatious edge, to understated street elegance. Shop the collection of Jeans here
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