G-Star S/S 2010 Lookbook
We’ve already seen G-Star‘s S/S 2010 RTW on NY’s runway, and now it’s time to take a look at the brands 2010 lookbook (yeah, our obsession knows no limits!). As seen clearly in the images G-Star’s staple silhouette for the upcoming spring is what they call ‘The new Low Loose Tapered cut’, which features an ultra-low crotch, high volume top section and extreme tapered legs. It comes in a wide selection of washes and finishes, including Raw denim, vintage/worn-in, destroyed, repaired and paint spattered. The Correct Line and Midnight, two denim-complementary ranges of wool, cashmere, silk and leather pieces that combine craftsmanship and precise tailoring expand the G-Star wardrobe to allow men to wear denim right through the working day and on to any evening social occasion, regardless of its exclusivity. And the cream of the crop – The Handcrafted range which showcases G-Star’s passion for the raw denim fabric. Japanese selvage denim is hand-stitched by skilled craftspeople to form a range of tailored jackets, as well as shorts, pants and shirts. All pieces are lined in the waist with hickory denim and internal stitching and seams are taped for maximum comfort. Impressive, huh?!
More images from G-Star’s S/S 2010 lookbook after the jump