THRILLS Displays a Vintage-Inspired 2017 Fall/Winter Denim Collection

Featuring raw hems and distressed details.

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After releasing its 2017 fall/winter collection titled “Strange Ways,” Australia-based label THRILLS recently released its vintage-inspired seasonal denim collection. Creating jeans with a lived-in feeling, THRILLS raw denim offerings exhibit character in the form of unreformed detailing. Utilizing washed and faded colorways along with raw hems and distressing, the denim found in the collection is made to have a tailored, worn-in look. The vintage-inspired 2017 fall/winter denim collection is available now online and at THRILLS locations.

For more contemporary menswear, OMNNIGOD recently dropped a 2017 spring/summer collection comprised of reinterpreted wardrobe staples.

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