The Denim trend for A/W 2012-2013 is mainly for dark shades with an almost raw but very worked look.
Treatments go from sanding and light washes that result in a fluid look that is pleasing to the touch, to heavier ones, with discreet, sophisticated mends and patches, that use threads, patches, color spots and tone on tone dirtying.
Gas has also put a lot of thought into creating unusual effects in the indigo tone of the denim canvases, such as the two piece-overdyed canvases, one in an anthracite shade which has been further overdyed with a sulphur grey color, and the other obtained from a green cast indigo base overdyed with black to give a very deep teal color.
So, for this winter Gas provides you with a variety of denim that will satisfy all your needs in terms of fit, comfort and style.
Take a look at the preview and choose your favorite jeans!
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The Gas woman can’t do without her second-skin effect Sumatra jeggings…
For this Fall Winter 2012-13 Gas suggests new wash to bring another breeze of coolness to your winter wardrobe.
The Gas best seller for the past few seasons is renewed with original washes and treatments and innovative fabrics such as the jeather used for the leather effect Sumatra, which has been treated with abrasions on wear points round the pockets, bottoms and seams or a heavier and more pronounced treatment with localized scratches on the thighs to show the very bright, almost electric blue indigo base colour of the fabric.
So, what are you waiting for? Choose your favourite wash!
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‘Icons‘ is an art project that considers four film icons and the fabrics synonymous with their style.
Movies such as ‘The Seven Year Itch’, ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’, ‘Giant’ and ‘The Searchers’ not only produced iconic images of their leading actors but also subsequently defined a timeless style in their celebrated costumes.
So, using reclaimed fabrics artists took the notion of recycling and regeneration to celebrate the association between the fabrics’ existence in popular culture and the icons who played an important part in the fabric’s success.
Disused clothing is brought back to life in this enduring marriage between icon and fabric