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The Week in Denim: Gap to Close Australian Stores

DL1961 and Emily Ratajkowski take over the Plaza Hotel


Model, activist, actress and Allure’s August cover model, Emily Ratajkowski, is the new face of DL1961. (Read More)

Gap to close Australian stores


Gap will shutter all six of its doors in Australia by the end of January 2018. (Read More)

Trusty Trading & Archroma launch a sustainable pocketing solution


Hong Kong-based pocketing and lining company, Trusty Trading Company, collaborated with Swiss garment chemical company, Archroma, to introduce a sustainable alternative to traditional pocket dyeing. (Read More)

A new documentary explores Japanese denim


The Japanese denim documentary taking a look at the craftsmanship involved in manufacturing in the country, “Weaving Shibusa” is now available on the video sharing platform Vimeo. (Read More)

American Vintage refines oversized silhouettes for Fall


American Vintage may not be a U.S.-based brand, but that doesn’t stop the French label from dishing out unapologetic American denim looks. (Read More)

Steve Madden’s spin on vintage denim


Fashion footwear maverick Steve Madden is dabbling in vintage denim. The brand introduced a capsule collection of hand-painted vintage jean jackets at its new (and largest store) in Times Square in New York City. (Read More)