SS17 Denim Trend Digest

Posted on Friday, October 7th, 2016 at 12:17 pm

Flares, rips, shreds and frays – just when you thought you'd seen it all, along comes fashion week to deliver the newest denim trends you didn't know you wanted (but now absolutely do)!

These pieces won't be ready to buy until next year, so in the meantime we've matched them to our favourite 7 For All Mankind styles that you can buy and wear now.

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Models at Carolina Herrera walked the runway dressed in full-length gowns made entirely of denim, while Herrera herself took a bow in a fitted denim mid-length skirt. Now aged 77, Herrera gives a lesson in denim for every generation.

Add a denim skirt to your collection.

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 Of course you can always count on Marques Almeida to get your denim fix. This season the London duo showed plenty of frayed and raw-edged denim, from jackets to shorts to jeans. On being asked why there was always such a strong use of denim in each collection, Almeida stated ‘it grounds everything into reality'.

Get with the fray.

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What didn't DSquared2 do with denim this season?! Sequin covered jackets, diamante encrusted vests and dramatic acid-wash jeans were just a few of the denim pieces they sent down the runway in Milan this month.

Add a denim jacket to your wardrobe.

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Roberto Cavalli's SS17 collection saw denim adorned with patchworks and native American motifs in a collection that, in the words of designer Peter Dundas, captured ‘the mood of the pioneer'.

Get creative with denim.

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Anthony Vaccarello's first collection for Saint Laurent was filled with daring little black dresses and fitted tops. We love how Vaccarello countered the super sleek bodices with baggy jeans.

Factor the boyfriend jean into your Saturday night outfit.

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You can always look to Y/Project to bring the cool, and this season was no exception. The label known for showcasing genderless fashion dressed models in a perfect hybrid of jeans in all colors.

Add colour to your denim range.

All images via Vogue Runway