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Explore more blue jeans trends than ever @ Kleine fabriek
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Dec '11
No wardrobe is complete without a pair of blue jeans. No matter the trend of the season, jeans never seem to go out of style. In the streets, and even more so at the playgrounds, denim can be seen everywhere. Not surprisingly, the number of jeans labels exhibiting at kleine fabriek in January is bigger than ever.

Every season, many jeans labels exhibit at kleine fabriek. And their number seems to increase every show. From all over the world they come to Amsterdam to show their new collection: Replay & Sons, Diesel Kids, Retour Denim de Luxe, Krunk Denim, Finger in the Nose, Levi's, Moa Denim, Cars, Gsus sindustries, Blue Rebel, Lee Cooper Kids, Hound, Koin, Pepe Jeans, Blue System, Tumble 'n Dry, Circle of Trust, No Tomatoes, Geisha Jeans, Japan R*gs, Cimarron, Little Cerise....

Also a number of brand new denim lines will be introduced. Casual brand Twinlife started a jeans collection for men and women, named Blue Concept and added a girls' and boy's collection. Also Dutch brand Carbone will start a separate denim line.

Young label Krunk Denim proves that these days jeans no longer need to be blue to be popular: "Besides the classic blue jeans, we offer double-colored jeans with a neon-colored inside. These are part of our new Quick Response program with prompt deliveries. As buyers are looking for ways to quickly respond to fashion trends and like to order throughout the season," according to owner Stefan Flint. At next kleine fabriek, visitors will even find jeans-look-a-likes developed especially for babies: Xplorys will show a new soft cotton baby line with a denim look.

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