Facebook Pinterest Search Icon SourcingJournal_horiz Tumbler Twitter Shape photo-camera graph-trend Shape latest-news icon / user

Courtshop Debuts New Collection with Laid-Back Cool

Join Theory, Google, H&M, McKinsey, Foot Locker, Lafayette 148, LL Bean, the Retail Prophet and more at Sourcing Journal’s Virtual Sourcing Summit, R/Evolution: Overhauling Fashion’s Outmoded Supply Chain, Oct 14 & 15.

Courtshop, the Brooklyn-based retailer with an in-house denim line, debuted another collection that exudes the type of laid-back cool that represents the brand’s trendy, Brooklynite customer.

Like many contemporary denim lines, Courtshop is taking cues from the ’70s, however, while other labels are experimenting with high-tech fibers and super light fabrics, Courtshop uses denims with a vintage appearance, sourced in India. The washes—light and medium blue and black—echo the aged look. Many of the styles are repeated in all three.

The brand brings newness to the line with radical silhouettes including denim turtleneck shirts that zip up the back and jumpers with super-wide leg pants. Design details for the brand are minimal with just a circle zip or exposed zipper, allowing the items to fly under the radar, looking like the coolest pieces you search out at a thrift store.

Returning favorites for the line include classic overalls and a cropped, quilted jacket.

Related Articles

More from our brands

Access exclusive content Become a Member Today!