When it comes to designer denim, J Brand is the go-to for classic fits — not for experimentation. It has perfected a skinny-jeans formula that's not be meddled with. Now, the label is branching out beyond traditional, blue hues thanks to a collaboration with artist Rob Pruitt.
The artist is no stranger to designer team-ups, having worked with Jimmy Choo on a line featuring two of his signature touches: glitter and pandas. And, it's not the first time he's worked with denim — in 2006, he presented an art piece featuring cement-filled jeans at the gallery Gavin Brown's Enterprise. (The J Brands are much more wearable.)