Fall 2017 denim picks from industry pros.
Are his go-to jeans looking a little worse for wear? Raise his denim game this season with key styles selected by the experts behind the stylish wardrobe staple.
Embrace High-Tech Fabrics
“A top denim trend for Fall 2017 at Gap is fusing fit and style of our everyday favourites with performance technology — so you can live, work, and play in any condition. My pick would be the Performance Utility Slim Fit jeans (with stretch) — the perfect mix of fashion and tech, with moto seams at the knees and reflective detailing at the cuffs for every man on the move.” – Alex Gray, Gap VP, Denim Design
Find the Perfect Fit
“My favorite style for now and for the future is our new Easy Guy fit, which is a hybrid cut that solves so many guys’ problems: It’s roomy up top with plenty of space for athletic thighs and a butt, yet it tapers aggressively down from the knee to the bottom leg opening. Comfort where you need it, but with a modern look.” – Brandon Svarc, founder of Naked & Famous Denim
Step Into the Fray
“Everywhere I look, whether it’s the designer lines within the magazines or on the street, unfinished hems are all the rage. Where I’m seeing this really starting to trend this fall is with men’s denim, especially on the bottoms for their denim jackets and sleeves.” – Venessa Clarke, Levi’s Tailor
Make the Cut
“This Fall I’m really feeling slim black jeans with clean ripped knees. It’s a look that takes you from day to night, and has just enough edge without looking sloppy. I cut the knees myself in this pair to create the look in no time.” – Adam Taubenfligel, creative director at Triarchy
Seek Out Stretch
“My top fit suggestion is our Torino in Ever Blue. The Torino slim is the new basic for the modern-day man’s wardrobe. It is a slim fit and slimming to the body. fabric. We called it ‘Lumina’ for its and comfortable feel. The combination of the amazing Torino slim fit combined with the comfort of the Lumina brings denim to a new level.” – Jason Trotzuk, founder and creative director at Fidelity Denim