Japanese label Chimala is in a league of its own in terms of the cult following that covets its 1960s and 1970s-inspired pieces like these blue low-rise wide-leg jeans. They're faded and distressed for a vintage look and cut for a shape that's loose without adding bulk. Turn up the hems to expose a flash of ankle and frame them with a classic borrowed-from-the-boys white T-shirt.
Chimala's faded and lightly distressed blue jeans are perfect for androgynous styling. They feature a high-rise waist and relaxed boot-cut legs that are cropped to hit just above the ankles then finished with a pink print on one side intended to look like a stain for a love-worn vibe. Style them simply with an oversized sweater and white trainers.
Off-White is renowned for breaking conventional wardrobe rules resulting in a ready-to-wear collection that exudes effortless cool. These washed-black skinny jeans have a flattering high-rise silhouette that's toughened with distressing whiskering and fading and given an off-kilter twist via a shoelace-style waist tie and oversized zip-ring pulls at the cuff. Wear them with a hooded sweatshirt and stilettos for the most assured take.
Chimala are lauded as a cult favourite in denim circles and this frayed-hem distressed pair have timeless cool appeal. They're crafted in Japan from a faded selvedge denim and sit on the natural waist before falling into slim tapered legs. Antiqued silver and bronze-tone metal hardware finishes. Wear them on off-duty days with pared-back separates and box-fresh trainers.
Chimala's faded-blue jeans feature distressing and whiskering for a pre-loved feel. They fall from a high-rise waist into cropped straight legs with turn-up hems that add pared-back appeal which is cemented further by antiqued silver-tone metal accents. Wear them during laid-back city days with your favourite white T-shirt and box-fresh trainers.
Raey's mid-blue rigid-denim Max jeans are a go-to for low-key days. They have a wide-leg shape that's faded and distressed with artful rips and fraying hems and look best sized so that they sit low on the hips. Complete your look with a simple white T-shirt and box-fresh trainers.
Cut to sit high on the waist MM6 by Maison Margiela's blue denim wide-leg jeans will instantly become an off-duty wardrobe mainstay. They're made in Italy with subtle fading and distressed detailing along the tobacco-brown topstitched seams and are finished with a button-fastening waistband. Tuck in a white shirt and add pointed mules for a contemporary spin.
Saint Laurent's black skinny jeans will bring effortless cool to a range of weekend looks. Distressed details runs along the legs while antiqued gold-tone metal hardware brings a vintage slant. They're foolproof with a bomber jacket and flats but watch how they bring a grungy feel to floral-print tops too.
These indigo Legion jeans define Rachel Comey's cool Brooklyn-rooted aesthetic. They sit high on the waist and fall in wide straight legs that slightly flare from the thigh ending in distressed cuffs. Build on the 1970s-tinged vibe with a tucked-in blouse and block-heeled boots.
Chimala's indigo-blue jeans have pared-back appeal. The high-rise tapered-leg shape features artful rips before ending with cropped turn-up hems complete with raw edges and are accented with antiqued bronze-tone metal hardware to continue the lived-in feel. Style them with a white T-shirt bomber jacket and scuffed trainers for an urban city look.