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7 For All Mankind Goes Glam With Anna Dello Russo

Swarovski crystals and dramatic cutouts are part of 7 For All Mankind’s new capsule collection with Italian fashion journalist and stylist Anna Dello Russo.

The Los Angeles premium denim brand teamed with Dello Russo for the limited-edition collection of haute denim inspired by the glamorous style that captivates her 2.6 million Instagram followers. 

Celebrating “high-octane fashion,” the collection’s hero styles include a cropped denim Trucker jacket and a bodycon dress made with “luxe stretch denim.” Jeans include 7 For All Mankind’s signature fits, the HW slim kick and relaxed bootcut jeans. Each piece features white crystals and circular cutouts. 

“We combined 7 For All Mankind’s 20 years of denim expertise with my signature touch of glamour to create something really special,” Dello Russo said in a statement.

Other items include an embellished shirt, a cropped top, slouchy denim shorts and a white tank top. 

7 For All Mankind x Anna Dello Russo

Model Stella Maxwell stars in the collection’s campaign. The collection retails for $298-$898 and is available now on 7 For All Mankind’s website and in stores including Harrods and Bloomingdale’s. 

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7 For All Mankind celebrated the collection’s launch with a cocktail party in New York City Friday night. “Uncut Gems” actress and denim aficionado Julia Fox joined Dello Russo at the event.

“She is incredibly talented, full of ideas and a contagious energy,” Francesca Toninato, 7 For All Mankind Global CEO, said about Dello Russo. “Our world of refined premium denim has been given a new fashion touch—one that embodies Anna’s innate glamour and haute couture edge. We are very proud to launch this sophisticated, disruptive aesthetic within the denim market.”

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From TikTok stars to actors and models, denim brands are casting a wide net to catch their newest collaborators. Fashion editors and directors remain a popular choice, however.

In April, Frame introduced a collection Julia Sarr-Jamois, British Vogue fashion director. The capsule focused on vacation-friendly crochet tops, mini dresses and tie-dye tops. It also included $11,995 Swarovski-crystal-encrusted jeans.

Alex White, Elle Magazine’s fashion director, was among the collaborators who helped launch DL1961’s transparent denim collection, called the Digital Tag Project, in 2022.