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Calvin Klein Jeans reinterprets quintessential 90's
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Apr '14
This season focuses on classic denim and favorite staples worn with ease. Quintessential 90’s Calvin Klein Jeans reinterpreted for the modern man and woman.

Lived-in denim is updated with modern design detailing – heat sealed seams, fine stitching and almost invisible pockets – to juxtapose with a reworked feel that is tactile and soft to the touch.

Muted whites and deep indigos form the base of the color palette for both men and women. Tonal denim is key. Deep indigos have been stripped in varying degrees to offer an array of tones.

Chalk, lunar gray and barely there neutrals complete the offering. Denim is treated with a cracked paint effect to give a textural, cratered feel.

Denim jeans and shirts form the base of the range, with shorts playing a key role for him and for her. A unisex approach permeates the entire line.

For men, the straight slim and tapered fits are key for spring. Denims have a worn-in feel, crackle washed or raw denim with selvage seams.

For women, the skinny straight leg is offered, all with an American ease. Accessories designed in pale stone hues complete the season’s unisex feel. 

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