Kent Denim Mixes Uniquely Delicious Concepts with SoCal Cool

Denim, whether it be the perfect fitting pair of jeans or chambray shirt, is a classic staple in any fashionista’s wardrobe.  Los Angeles-based brand Kent Denim debuted their bold, creative designs on the runway Thursday, October 4th during Phoenix Fashion Week to a sold out crowd and applauded success. “The feedback was amazing, we had so much positive feedback. The reach has been unreal for our brand!” designer Noah Landis said.

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Kent Denim is known for offering “men a unique concept in fashion apparel that is bold, creative, original and unconventional—blending the snow drenched Northern California Sierra Nevada adventures with SoCal’s eclectic cool and sun enveloped atmosphere.” All of Kent Denim’s jeans are made of the highest quality material, which is always milled in the USA, or Japanese Kuroki denim. “We have grown a lot in the international markets, American made goods are really popular and seen as luxury brands.  Made in USA has been a core value for us at Kent, it is great to really be acknowledged for this,” said Landis.

What’s more, when Landis said he was busy selling the brand’s Spring/Summer 2013 collection, he meant it! They were featuring great promotions for the holidays, but are now rushing to restock since completely selling out their online store!

Whether you are looking for a classic fit or a more trendy design with expertly washed and distressed details, Kent Denim  will be your new go-to destination for all things denim (including amazing outerwear pieces for Fall!)

For more information about this talented brand, visit their website, “like” them on Facebook and follow them on Twitter!

For a look at Kent Denim’s Spring 2013 collection, watch the video below!

Article by Lauren Pfingstag for Phoenix Fashion Week, Images by Joe Pier Photography

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