American designer, Todd Snyder, and Eric Goldstein, a denim veteran who helped launch Ralph Lauren’s RRL line and Gap’s 1969 collection before co-founding the Jean Shop, teamed up to create the new spring ’21 denim collection.
The collection features three tiers, ranging from stretch options and rigid denim selvedge jeans to a special-occasion Small Batch (Craft) which is a limited edition capsule made in America:
“Our denim comes in distinct categories (Stretch, Selvedge and Craft), for the same reason that sometimes you want an artisanal sipping whiskey, and others a draft beer.”
Check out below our top picks from the new collection available now online on the Todd Snyder website, and in their Madison Avenue store.
Slim Fit Stretch Jeans ($158) – The Slim Fit Stretch Faded Wash Jean has all the quality and vintage-inspired design details of Selvedge jeans but in a unique Stretch Fabric, available in four different washes
Slim Fit Japanese Selvedge Stretch Jeans ($2268) – The White Selvedge Denim is part of the Craft offering, a limited-edition jean made from imported Japanese denim from a boutique mill in the Okayama prefecture where the denim was woven on an old-shuttle loom
Relaxed Fit Made In USA Raw Selvedge Jeans ($268) – Created in partnership with Eric Goldstein, woven at Vidalia Mills in Vidalia, Louisiana
Straight Fit Stretch Jeans ($158) – Features the quality and vintage-inspired design details of the selvedge jeans in stretch fabric, available in three different washes