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Judging from our city's endless supply of standout vintage boutiques and local denim brands, it's clear what makes Angelenos' sartorial hearts swoon. LA-based label Citizens of Humanity is well aware of its hometown's obsessions, and their spring Premium Vintage collection aims to please denim devotees on the hunt for the perfect distressed pair of jeans.
Priced from $208 to $378, the effortlessly cool capsule line offers a selection of selvage and non-selvage fabrics in vintage-inspired washes, from their slouchy Skyler boyfriend jeans in the Legacy finish to their high-waisted Arley pant in the Ramone treatment (above) to their skinny Racer cut in the well-worn Crosby finish.
Dig it? See the rest of the styles and shop the full collection at the brand's website here.
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