Michael Glasser thought he'd quit the fashion game for good. But following a lackluster trip to Barneys department store, the 7 for All Mankind founder realized he had reason yet to design jeans. Together with Joie Rucker of Levi’s and Guess?, he founded Rich & Skinny: a premium denim brand that focuses on the basics — i.e., fit and cut. The label's curve-hugging "legacy" jeans and wedge boot-cut jeans offer a second-skin fit and come in coated and metallic styles, of-the-moment colors, and bold prints. On warm summer days, Rich & Skinny's collection of colored jeans shorts and lightweight denim skirts will keep you cool and comfy. All cheeky brand names aside, you don't have to be rich and skinny to look great in these jeans.
Now that the weather is finally warming up, it's time to show a little leg. Have some fun — and avoid reaching for the same staples — in everything from patterned patchwork minis and bold ikat shorts to bird-flecked midis and congac cut-offs.
Finding skinny jeans that don't stretch, bag, or bunch is a never-ending quest. Luckily for you, we feel your pain — and swear by the second-skin fit of the cuts you'll find in this sale. But that’s just the beginning when it comes to Rich & Skinny; there are also bold colors, flirty bootcut styles, animal-printed skinnies, and more.
Discover the softer side of military-inspired style: This selection is full of versatile, rugged pieces with a feminine edge that makes them perfect pairings for even the girliest styles in your wardrobe. Pair the neutral cargos and trousers with a silk camisole, top off your favorite dress with a neutral mini trench, or dress up your denim with an edgy top full of borrowed-from-the-boys appeal.
Laid-back has never looked this good. Easy style is at the heart of this selection, and the just-threw-this-on appeal is irresistible. Opt for layer-friendly tanks, drape-y tees, and military-style jackets paired with cargo leggings or cropped pants. Or add a dose of chic with bold, lightweight scarves and cool footwear: think rugged booties, slip-on sneakers, and neutral flats—not a high heel in sight!