New Current/Elliott X Cone Denim Collection Pays Tribute to American Denim Expertise

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Los Angeles-based denim heads Current/Elliott believe in fusing innovative designs with a desire to create beautifully tailored products. Their vision is one of creating a denim line founded on the principle that every item in your closet should be rich in stories; unique and treasured. Holding fast to these denim doctrines, whilst paying homage to denim’s Americana roots, Current/Elliott has recently released a limited edition collection entirely made in the USA- from start to finish. 

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The exclusive collection is comprised of six unique styles- three for women and three for men, including a his/hers unisex classic straight leg that can easily go either way. In paying tribute to more than a century of American denim expertise the entire collection starts off with Cone White Oak selvage denim woven in North Carolina, is cut and sewn in California, and finally expertly washed and hand-finished by the craftsmen and women of the Wonderland Concepts laundry in Kentucky.  

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Above: Each pair of jeans even come included with its own Tyvek freezer bag, because “true denim lovers know never to wash their jeans.” 

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Above:Women’s Selvedge Fling Relaxed Fit Jean

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Above: Women’s Selvedge Easy Stiletto Skinny Jean

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Above: Women’s Crossover Jean

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Above: Men’s Crossover Jean

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Above: Men’s Slim Selvedge Jean

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Above: Men’s Slim Straight Selvedge Jean

Head over to Vogue and read an interview with C/E design director Kirk Von Heifner in Esquire to learn more before the collection is sold out!