Sometimes denim is something recurrent on the runways, sometimes a new entry in a brand’s vocabulary.

Fall-Winter 17 collections presented sleek denim pieces that we spotted from Paris to Milan.

Mirko Fontana and Diego Marquez are the two names behind Au Jour Le Jour. The Italian brand, founded in 2010, was chosen to be presented by Giorgio Armani on his Armani Teatro’s runway in 2014. Today Au Jour Le Jour is a successful brand, playful with clear connections to the children’s world.

For the Fall-Winter 17 collection the designer duo got inspiration from Aesop and his fables, featuring beautiful embroideries on the garments of animals that are protagonists of the stories historically narrated at night. That’s why the collection presents an original pajamas made out of denim.


Chitose Abe is an outside-the-box fashion designer and her brand, Sacai, never stops being original and surprising press and buyers. Former pattern cutter under Rei Kawakubo, Abe knows her job and knows how to combine inspirations and fabrics to design something extraordinary.

The Fall-Winter 17 collection presented in Paris features a denim jacket fused together with a belted skirt. Extremely casual, yet chic.

If there was any doubt about the connection between art and fashion, Louis Vuitton made it clear with the Fall-Winter 17 fashion show hosted by The Louvre Museum in Paris. Nicolas Ghesquière, brand’s creative director, designed contemporary and refined pieces.

The “denim” jacket is actually trated wool that became sculptural and well shaped following the female silhouette.