New Season Range Includes Limited Edition Jeans

British Denim brand Blue Collar Worker has released its AW14 menswear collection, containing a limited edition capsule line of Japanese selvedge jeans.

The new season references traditional workwear from the 1930s, 1940s and 1950s with pieces made from ring-spun denim fabrics.

Jeans come in vintage cuts – loose-fitting and wide-legged rather than slim and skinny – while lengths are elongated to allow for hems to be worn rolled up.

The line also comprises of wardrobe basics such as t-shirts, shirts, sweatshirts and outerwear, including a dark blue bomber and a button-up raw denim jacket.

The limited edition 14oz Japanese selvedge range is restricted to 150 pairs per style, each individually numbered and sold with a copper snuff box that doubles up as a coin case.

Blue Collar Worker launched with a line of jeans in 2012 as an alternative to the skinny silhouettes of other European and American brands, before expanding into a full menswear range.

The majority of the AW14 collection is available to buy online now, with further drops expected throughout August. Prices start at £33 for t-shirts, £75 for jeans and £90 for jackets and coats.

Blue Collar Worker Menswear AW14

Blue Collar Worker Menswear AW14

Blue Collar Worker Menswear AW14

Blue Collar Worker Menswear AW14

Blue Collar Worker Menswear AW14

Blue Collar Worker Menswear AW14

Blue Collar Worker Menswear AW14

Blue Collar Worker Menswear AW14