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Natural Selection Denim AW10 Lookbook

July 6, 2010

Natural Selection Denim AW10

Continuing along their path of evolution, Natural Selection Denim, have extended, upgraded, increased and developed for Autumn/Winter 2010, with their first full collection of men’s apparel, alongside their pure denim range.

For this season, the team introduced a new 13Oz Fabric made of Zimbabwean cotton from Nihonmenpu mills in Okayama Japan. This fabric is available in its raw form and also as a new wash, PILGRIM; a highly authentic wash which replicates a five year, vintage jean. Also added to the range is the DRIFTER wash featuring high contrast ‘skeleton’ whiskering, which has a three-dimensional visual impact.

Natural Selection have skillfully developed a range of apparel to sit alongside their denim, and from this season introduce two selvedge chino fabric pants from the Kuroki Mill in Japan. This is offered in a classic chino style and colour with subtle military detailing with a selvedge continuous fly, a world first innovation on a long lost heritage patent.

More reading and lookbook images after the jump

Within the apparel collection are the RIVER JACKET and STELLIFY JACKET. These are two deconstructed tweed jackets with contrast corduroy. Also included is the TIDE SHIRT which is deep indigo cotton /linen denim shirt with a contrast corduroy collar.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. Martin permalink
    July 7, 2010 10:18 am

    I love this collection. Do you know if there is a online store that is going to sell whole collection next to the jeans.

    Kind regards,



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