One Teaspoon are synonymous with unique denim shapes and iconic cuts – their denim cut-offs have long been the standard for easygoing summer shorts, they made giant rips in jeans cool, not to mention that over the years they’ve been in business they’ve seen LOADS of celebrities globally rep their threads. To say they know their shit is an understatement.
While their new Vintage collection of 70s and 80s-inspired denim shapes will be super out-there for anyone who sticks to skinny jeans on the reg, trust us when we say these styles are almost guaranteed to become the standard when it comes to denim trends for 2019. The collection was spawned from Creative Director Jamie Blakey‘s trips to vintage markets across Sydney, London and LA.
“It’s all about power cuts from the 70s and 80s. We have trawled through vintage markets – London, LA and dug deep in Sydney to find new revolutionary cuts – The Smiths, Street Walkers, Bad Boys, The Preachers,” she said in a press statement.
The launch comes alongside a new collection of organic cotton-jersey tees, designed to be paired with your fave jeans.
“We wanted to offer well priced Australian made organic basics as something we can all wear back with our denim,” she explained.
There are four denim styles and six tees, and you can buy now via their online shop or in stores.