In 2002, True Religion Skirts emerged onto the Los Angeles denim scene by blowing up the construction of the classic five pocket jean.
You ever find a brand you hadn't seen before and go, Hmm, this is interesting, so you boot up that old Internet machine of yours to make sure that you didn't just discover a brand that's been around for 10 years? Well, Fingers Crossed is actually one of those new brands. Who knew there were any left? I first saw Fingers Crossed online at Joinery , which is a small Brooklyn-based boutique that stocks a few interesting brands and fun lifestyle accoutrements. I even almost bought a pair of their cropped trousers . Then, when New York Fashion Week rolled around this past February, Fingers Crossed was showing and I was like, Damn, maybe these guys are for real. The brand has only been around since S/S 14, so the history is short, but the product speaks for itself and F/W 15 is really on one. The dark neutral palette is, of course, wildly on point, while yellow pops are mixed in so it isn't just a series of grey and greyer looks. There's a whole lot of layering, with one of the signature deets being the plastic clips you'd normally see on a backpack or something, except braced across the waist as a belt. If all the Moy-approved bucket hats that have come out recently are no good, peep the diesel joints with the extended rear that will make you look like Dark Helmet . Keep an eye out for Fingers Crossed and check out the current list of stockists where you can cop .
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