Continuing to put out wonderful denim collections, Simon Miller’s Jake Sargent and Dan Corrigan have taken inspiration from the American Southwest for their upcoming spring and summer collection.
Known for their use of Japanese selvedge denim, the LA-based brand’s new collection covers all the washes (from deep indigo to white), and features sun-staining styles, photo prints and plant based dyes in this collection that feats jeans, jackets, shirting and knitwear—including a fitted striped, denim baseball jersey:
As the temperature drops from a warm New York Fashion Week, it’s time to pack away summer garbs and pull out the fall washes. A way to transition into fall is by having a style that utilizes two versatile trends: the denim shirt and use of camel.
Representing a summer tone, Daniel is wearing a light washed denim shirt from the LA-based denim specialist brand, Simon Miller, and we paired it with Bonobos‘ straight leg chinos in a bright camel-toned color—camel is an essential color for fall.
Shot around New Haven’s Yale, we accessorized the look with collegiate ready cap toe oxfords, a hand-woven navy tie from Everett, and a market tote from Herschel Supply’s new camouflage collection. Camo is a pattern that is still having its moment, but looks like it’ll be here to stay; making it perfect to include in your transitioning and fall wardrobe.