Ripped Jeans Tear Up The Streets Of Fashion Week
The ripped jeans trend has been bouncing on and off the fashion scene for decades now, but the streets at fashion week this September saw more rips than ever. We saw jeans slashed from the middle of the thigh all the way down the leg, seriously distressed boyfriend jeans with cut-outs on the knee and slashes at the hip on a pair of sexy black skinnies.
It all goes to show that as well as being on-trend, this is one easy-to-wear look. We recommend teaming yours with a tunic top or, as the chill sets in, wear with an oversized knit. For a more ladylike look, make like Kim Kardashian and pair yours with stilettos and a statement coat. And if you're going for a baggy look, avoid looking swamped by rolling up the leg length on your jeans to reveal a slim ankle.
So do you want in? Look no further than Diesel's Atelier Denim Collection - the ultimate distressed denim direct from the Diesel laboratory. Designed by Nicola Formichetti, the jeans come in a slim, straight denim for men and women and are enriched with stunning artisanal craftsmanship so you can easily nail that rock star denim attitude. They’re created using specially crafted machines that are created by a crack Diesel team and made in Italy where designers are able to sculpt each pair of jeans into a unique work of art. They are then finished with a variety of couture embellishments like Swarovski crystal rivets and boast specialized accents like welded back pockets.
Atelier Denim £880.00 available from Selfridges and Diesel Covent Garden
These beauties above are available from Selfridges and the Diesel Covent Garden store as well as online at Diesel.com. Scored and ripped all the way down the leg then re-patched, this pair of over-washed jeans are formidable yet wearable. 'They look a hundred years old and will last another 100 years,' artistic director Nicola Formichetti tells us.
Take your style inspiration from the ladies in the gallery above, who have been ahem tearing up the streets of the most stylish. Then head over to Diesel.com for a closer look at the Diesel Denim Atelier Collection.