Cosmo Jan 2010 Cover Final
 

It's been almost a decade since 7 For All Mankind kick-started what would be a whole new genre in fashion called premium denim. It's probably safe to say that, before they came on the scene, pricey jeans were little more than a novelty. Wearing that mantle hasn't slowed the company down one bit and after all this time they are still offering some of the hottest looks in denim. Case-in-point, the January issue of Cosmopolitan magazine has actress Amanda Bynes on the cover wearing 7 For All Mankind's 'Josefina' in Vintage California.

Keep scrolling down to check out looks from the brand's Spring 2010 collection and see super-slim silhouettes for women in stretchy fabrics with a denim construction. Ripped and repaired jeans are on trend with embellishments such as studs, crystals and contrasting fabrics. For men, look for an update on classic styles. Triple-needle stitching, embroidered rivets and reversed belt loops with a coverstitch are off-kilter techniques that create perfect imperfections on your favorite silhouettes.

Also available for both men and women are 7 For All Mankind's limited-edition collection, 7*7*7. Only 777 handcrafted pieces were made. Each pair has their number in the series located in the inside pocket making them the perfect collector's item.  


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Cosmo Jan 2010 Cover Final
 

It's been almost a decade since 7 For All Mankind kick-started what would be a whole new genre in fashion called premium denim. It's probably safe to say that, before they came on the scene, pricey jeans were little more than a novelty. Wearing that mantle hasn't slowed the company down one bit and after all this time they are still offering some of the hottest looks in denim. Case-in-point, the January issue of Cosmopolitan magazine has actress Amanda Bynes on the cover wearing 7 For All Mankind's 'Josefina' in Vintage California.

Keep scrolling down to check out looks from the brand's Spring 2010 collection and see super-slim silhouettes for women in stretchy fabrics with a denim construction. Ripped and repaired jeans are on trend with embellishments such as studs, crystals and contrasting fabrics. For men, look for an update on classic styles. Triple-needle stitching, embroidered rivets and reversed belt loops with a coverstitch are off-kilter techniques that create perfect imperfections on your favorite silhouettes.

Also available for both men and women are 7 For All Mankind's limited-edition collection, 7*7*7. Only 777 handcrafted pieces were made. Each pair has their number in the series located in the inside pocket making them the perfect collector's item.  


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