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    • Publication date:01 Jun 2015
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Icons of Style: Denim

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A new series of titles revealing the seminal icons of men's street style.

A new series revealing the seminal icons of street style.

Once a functional piece of workwear, denim has long since taken its place as a global style icon - but a small handful stand tall above the rest. This comprehensive collection looks at the most iconic denim ever created, from the original Levi's 501s, through the birth of Japanese denim and up to the modern brands that have made denim the streetwear staple it is today - Evisu, Nudie, Momotaro, the list goes on...

With photography and detailed analysis throughout, Icons of Style: Denim traces the history of denim through its most iconic pieces, from rugged workwear to hand-crafted selvedge and beyond.

Biographical Notes

Founded in 2009, The Daily Street is one of the world's leading destinations for up-to-date news, reviews and features on men's fashion and lifestyle, from the biggest stories in streetwear to the latest news in music, art and live events.

Based in London, the DS team work closely with brands and retailers - from small independent start-ups to global leaders - to bring together a curated edit of happenings in the streetwear world. Whether it's exclusive interviews with key industry names, commissioned videos and photo shoots, exclusive music content or articles covering everything from classic sneakers to news on the very latest releases, The Daily Street is one of the most highly respected voices in streetwear.

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  • ISBN: 9781845339968
  • Publication date: 01 Jun 2015
  • Page count: 128
  • Imprint: Mitchell Beazley
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