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True Religion Tweaks Women’s Fits for Fall ’17

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The devil’s in the details. True Religion proved just that while presenting its Fall ’17 men’s and women’s collections in New York City Thursday.

The brand reexamined its core fits for women, tweaking the rise to make jeans more modern and consistent in size and fit.

True Religion also introduced new silhouettes to its women’s jean range: the cigarette fit, high-waisted slim and a new high-rise boyfriend. The men’s collection was updated with a new Moto jean and drop crotch slim jean.

The brand broke down its mix of rigid and hyper-stretch denim into three trend categories: Act Natural, Skip Class and Streetwear.

Act Natural served up details like grommets on dark wash denim and calf zippered camouflage jeans. A varsity look defined Skip Class, a grouping that included Letterman-inspired jackets, distressed jeans in both light and dark washes and patchwork denim. The brand combined non-denim performance fabrics with edgy styling in Streetwear. The fall line marks the first time True Religion has integrated non-denim performance fabrics into its collection.