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After playing with prints and patterns over the last few seasons, "godfather of denim" Adriano Goldschmeid decided it's time to get back to basics. The result? The jean leader revisits classic silhouettes of his luxe label Goldsign—sans all the exquisite embellishments—with his Pure Goldsign fall capsule collection.
Focusing on the signature fabrics, fit and design that the premium line is known for, Pure gives five popular Goldsign cuts (including the vintage-inspired "Jenny" jean born from last year's J. Crew collab) two new washes. Cropped and skinny styles are treated with the classic vintage Kiran wash (above, left) or the dark indigo Tricia look (above, right), then finished off with the brand's signature hand-distressed process. Love it? Denim devotees can pick up the jeans for about $200 a pair; for a list of brick-and-mortar and online stockists, click here.
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