Whether you follow what's happening in fashion religiously or not, denim is a piece that has a home in everyones wardrobe. From a classic pair of blue jeans to printed corsets made out of the cotton textile, this versatile material can be utilised to fit the multiple different genres of personal style. But after 18 or so months of elasticated waistbands, how do we get excited about clothes that are notorious for faltering on the comfort scale?

7 For All Mankind, the LA-based denim brand known for their sustainable endeavours within the industry, have the answer. Their recently launched capsule with N°21 combines their fit and manufacturing expertise with the latter's predilection for modern and uniquely utilitarian design. The exclusive collaboration of exaggerated overshirts, sculpted bras and wide-legged and slouchy crop jeans in indigo and the Italian brand's signature blush shade, marks N°21's 21st anniversary. While both brands seemingly have different aesthetics – one plugging into the Californian 'chill girl' attitude, the other championing natural sensuality through its designs – that's what makes the collection so special, says Alessandro Dell’Acqua, N°21 Founder and Creative Director. "The contrast between the two is, in my opinion, the strength of this partnership which brings together two different worlds in perfect harmony," he says. "Functionality, respect for the heritage of the brand and unexpected details are the standout features of the capsule collection"

And with that, we'll be ditching our loungewear in favour of this eye catching yet timeless collection!

Shop the 7 For All Mankind x N°21 capsule collection here.

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