London’s  Telegraph published an intereesting editorial on the state of mens jeans calling out for a move away from the “drainpipe” look and for designers ot start considering the over-30 crowd. “Added to the woes of the average jean-seeker, brands such as Cheap Monday and American Apparel have pushed drainpipes, a cut that gives a spray-on look that requires an underfed frame, so it’s not one that many over the age of 30 need attempt.” Writer Charlie Porter (who is also Associate editor at GQ UK) sings the praises of Acne’s “The Gentleman’s Jean.”

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