Things can be legendary and things can be Legendary—and sometimes things can be both. It’s a fact that Lucky Brand understood and ran with for its Lucky Legends collection, an edit of iconic denim pieces (legendary) emblazoned with some of rock-and-roll’s biggest names (Legendary). The limited-edition range was inspired by a deep-dive through the brand’s archives, and the resulting range has all the high notes you’d expect in a collection centered on the freedom and creativity forever associated with American denim.
What is truly so fantastic about blue-jean anything is that it’s a blank slate. It’s a canvas meant to be taken up by any group and adopted as uniform. From the original workaday attitude (spotted in perfect straight-leg jeans) to its Western vibe (via denim shirts with classic yoke stitching) and more than a dose of its “I’m with the band” cred (highlighted with classic rock logos sprayed on cutoffs), this is a collection for true-blue denim lovers.
There’s something for everyone.
By combing the archives for all the must-have silhouettes such a capsule requires, Lucky Brand ensured every perfect denim fit you’ve ever been on the hunt for is represented. It’s a veritable roll call of all the wardrobe cornerstones: denim jackets, Western chambray shirts, frayed shorts that look like you’ve owned them for years. It’s all here!
It’s the perfect dose of Americana.
Sure, head-to-toe red, white, and blue can read as a little much. The perfect way of incorporating the old stars and stripes might be how it’s done here, with small showings like the inside lining of a pair of jeans and crafty touches in the form of star spangled screen printing and embroidery. We’re eyeing flag touches on backs of denim jackets for both men and women. The latter is cut slightly boxier, offering a roomy fit that would contrast perfectly with spring and summer dresses.
The rock nod is concert-ready chic.
There are band tees and merch, but beyond that, displaying your musical affinity can be difficult in the wardrobe space. The inclusion of some of the world’s biggest names is done nicely here, with iconic bands displayed on cutoffs in tonal colors. The pink on pink shorts are a sartorial standout (because, honestly, when was the last time you saw pink jean shorts?), but the High Rise Mom shorts fit like a denim dream. Come summer, these shorts are bound to be a favorite in our wardrobe rotation.
Oh, and what to wear it all with is covered, too.
It’s unfair to call this just a denim collection, though. There are non-jean pieces peppered throughout that you’d do wrong to miss out on. Tees with the classic Lucky Brand logo are soft as can be, and patchwork cardigans provide a layering alternative for days when your jean jacket needs a break.
In short? It’s a collection just like the denim it took its inspiration from, with a something-for-everyone attitude and approachability that’s deeply rooted in the American fashion tradition.
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