New Denim Fits from Two Premium Brands
Distinctive new styles from AG Jeans and 7 For All Mankind.
Many people think a pair of jeans is a standard item without much variation. But in truth, the styles and cuts available in designer denim offer a huge range of looks — and how your jeans fit has a great effect on your overall appearance. Most of us are familiar with the classic fits: straight, slim, skinny, relaxed. Each has a unique take on form and is right for different body types or situations.
Explore further, however, and you’ll discover more denim fits with their own distinctive styles. The Everett, from premium denim brand AG Jeans, has a modern straight cut with a narrow yet roomy fit. Streamlined, sleek and comfortable, these jeans offer a very contemporary look with a slightly higher rise and more room in the hips and thighs than AG’s popular Matchbox fit. The Everett is the ideal pair if you want to look trim and clean without skewing too heavily toward super-skinny, and it pairs perfectly with a crisp button-down and a navy blazer.
The Adrien fit, from California denim brand 7 For All Mankind, is a modern slim fit designed to suit a wide range of body types. Cut straight through the hip for a more tailored and form-fitting look, it’s meant to be hugely versatile: dress it up with a white dress shirt and brown brogues, or dress it down with leather sneakers and a casual graphic tee. It can also be sized up or down depending on whether you prefer a more leisurely or professional-looking fit. Roomier toward the top than 7’s Paxtyn fit, and tapered at the bottom more than the Slimmy, the Adrien is a great middle ground for modern men.
This new fit coincides with the launch of the latest 7 For All Mankind campaign. Dubbed “We Are Mankind,” it highlights real people to showcase the different ways the brand is worn by men and women with wildly distinctive styles. From model Luka Sabbat to tattoo artist JonBoy, these influencers are as striking in their individuality as are the different fits of designer denim.