Vince seems to have denim fever this spring.
The minimalist brand, best known for its ponte basics, is elevating its denim assortment with a spring capsule collection of women’s jeans by Trave Denim. The four-piece collection is based on vintage-inspired designs with an authentic look and feel.
Los Angeles-based Trave Denim is known for its tightly edited collections, vintage aesthetic and laser sharp focus on fit. Founded by former engineer and vintage denim collector I.J. Kim, the brand constructs its denim beginning with the seams to ensure that each pair best fits the female form. The brand typically offers 10 styles a season with timeless washes and natural-looking distressing.
The capsule includes the Estelle, a ’70s-inspired wide leg silhouette designed to elongate the leg; the Constance, a slim leg with a straight outseam; the Colette, a crop jean with a slight kick flare; and the Irina, a ’60-inspired cigarette jean and Vince exclusive. Hand-finished details like whiskering, sanding and slightly dusty hues recreate a worn-in look. The jeans retail for $259-$288.
The capsule complements Vince’s core women’d denim collection for spring, including high-rise straight leg jeans with a touch of stretch, wide leg flare jeans and a range of stretch skinny jeans in ecru, tulip or white.
The brand is betting on denim for men as well with an exclusive range of premium jeans. The collection spans straight, skinny and slim cuts made with Italian and Japanese fabrics.