Jonathan Adler’s clothing collection with 7 For All Mankind hits stores next month
Anyone who adores Jonathan Adler’s retro-whimsical aesthetic can go beyond their bedroom (or living room, kitchen and bathrooms) that may be filled with his home furnishings and wear his brand of prepster-pop right out the door.
Adler has designed a line with L.A.-based 7 For All Mankind who are known for kicking off the premium denim revolution and outfitting loads notables such as Adler who has long been a fan of the brand. “I was thrilled to collaborate with 7 For All Mankind because I literally wear jeans every day and I have been a Seven jeans aficionado from the get-go,” Adler said in a press statement. “We all know everyone needs jeans!”
But the interior designer went beyond just jeans (which are straight and cuffed for men and skinny and cropped for women) making sherbet-colored polos, bright orange gingham button-downs and also bringing in some of his most popular home prints such as the bamboo, keyhole and Acapulco styles to splash across clothing. Finishing touches such as lacquered buttons on jeans add his signature kitsch.
The collection of six tops and six jeans has three significant themes – deluxe, rustic and pop – which are all meant to be mixed and matched and will probably play off the graphic print pillows on your couch quite nicely.
The Jonathan Adler for 7 For All Mankind collection ranges from $90 - $210 and will be available in all 7 For All Mankind boutiques in May.
-- Melissa Magsaysay
Photos: Looks from the Jonathan Adler for 7 For All Mankind collection; credit: 7 For All Mankind