The Resort denim collection includes lime green, tangerine and bubblegum pink flares, jackets and knee-length fitted shorts, as well as black-and-white versions of the above.
Kane and Rudes first worked together on a jeans style for J Brand’s 5x5 collection in September 2010.
‘We have collaborated with some of the best talent in the world and are delighted to be working with Christopher to build a long-term viable denim business with him,’ Rudes said.
The next stage of that long-term viable denim business was alluded to on the runway. A pair of slouchy, perfectly worn-in-looking jeans with a smattering of crystal embellishment around the knees looked made a convincing accompaniment to a dove-grey collarless satin blazer.
‘J Brand are the go-to company for fashion denim, so I could not think of anyone better to work with on this,’ Kane told The Telegraph.
It’s one fashion mash-up that makes perfect sense. Congratulations on your marriage, J Brand and Kane—may your union be long and fruitful.