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Nudie Jeans F/W 2010 Preview

March 1, 2010

The melancholy feeling of Nudie’s S/S collection lingers on to the F/W 10 one. The jeans collection offers a wide spectrum of unwashed and washed denim. It features fabrics with indigo coating on black or brown weft, black coating on indigo blue weft, worn grey shades, and yellow or brown tinting. Names like Night Thunder, Deep Murky and Black Tint suggest that the trend wash wise is dark. The descriptions of the washes are pure poetry; a honey smoked weft with a grey tint or a dark minded indigo with silent abrasions and thunder light scrapings. Besides these dark minded washes, the range also offers light and mid blue shades with wash effects like clouds passing in the sky.

The colors for the tops are quite somber: grey, brown and blue with happy appearances of turquoise and a fantastic red orange. The tees offer several different qualities from heavy, brushed almost like flannel to the lightest of jersey. Each tee has its own print. Old vintage patterns and colours inspire Nudie’s knitted sweaters. Nudie continue to make their own shirt fabrics and checks, and as far as possible they are made in organic cotton. The result is a wide range containing checked fabrics, printed flannels, canvas, and twill, brushed or clean. The denim jacket is a key item and just like the jeans they come in different fits and washes. To complete it, the collection also contains smart accessories like wallets and cardholders made in genuine leather that will age beautifully and bags in dry selvage denim.

Detailed product shots after the jump


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