Denim was a serious contender for the dominator of SS15 shows as models sauntered down the runway draped in it from head to toe. From the daring double denim at Fendi and Chloe to the classic all-in-ones at Gucci and Christophe Lemair, designers have been cutting up all shapes and styles for the spring/summer trend. The trend covers garments for any occasion, varying from the comfort of the casual boiler suit to the elegance and sophistication of the shift dress. Ripped at the knees, patchworked, quilted, faded, pleated or frayed, the trend is so diverse with what seems like infinite amounts of denim combos – who knew denim could be so versatile?
Denim on the highstreet appears to echo that of the runway, varying completely in so many different shapes and styles. Alternatively to other SS15 trends, this one in particular focuses solely on the fabric that is used, meaning that individual gaments can be mixed and matched with other trends for the SS season, coinciding and harmonising with the likes of bralets and cold shoulders. Denim is moving away from the typical jeans-only, becoming so much more versatile and adventurous.