Raf Simons Jeans For Men
Set in white for a fresh SS17 look, these pure cotton jeans from Raf Simons feature a bleached finish. Complete with a loose fit, front pockets, back pockets, a button and zip fly and a waistband with belt loops, these Raf Simons jeans are modern, yet versatile.
Deep navy cotton regular fit jeans from Raf Simons.
Navy blue cotton blend slim-fit jeans from Raf Simons.
Black Raf Simons X Robert Mapplethorpe printed apron slim-fit jeans from Raf Simons.
Black cotton Raf Simons X Robert Mapplethorpe printed apron skinny jeans from Raf Simons.
Black cotton straight leg jeans from Raf Simons.
WHITE cotton white Classic Jeans with Tape from Raf Simons.
Navy blue cotton wide-leg jeans from Raf Simons.
Black cotton tapered jeans from Raf Simons.
Black cotton low crotch jeans from Raf Simons featuring a waistband with belt loops, a concealed front fastening, a low crotch style a straight leg and a brand patch to the rear.
BLACK cotton black classic jeans with tape from Raf Simons.
Dark navy cotton blend vertical panel loose-fit jeans from Raf Simons.
Black cotton wide leg jeans from Raf Simons.
Black straight-leg classic jeans from Raf Simons.
Slim-fit jeans in black. Dropped inseam. Subtle fading throughout. Five-pocket styling. Tonal leather logo patch at back waistband. Button-fly. Silver-tone hardware. Tonal stitching. Approx. 7.75 leg opening.
Slim-fit denim jeans in dark navy. Fading throughout. Five-pocket styling. Logo patch in black and white at back waistband. Dropped inseam. Zip-fly. Silver-tone hardware. Tonal stitching. Approx. 8.25 leg opening.
Taped Cotton Jeans from - logo badge on the back - tape roll included Composition: 100% Cotton
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Raf Simons Jeans in Blue. - size 28 (also in 29,30,31,32,33,34) 100% cotton. Made in Italy. Machine wash. Tape accent along back. Additional WALK WITH ME tape roll. RSIM-MJ2. 172 309. About the designer: Born and raised in Belgium, Raf Simons graduated from college in 1991 with a degree in industrial design and furniture design. After interning at the studio of fellow Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck, in 1995 Simons trained himself as a menswear designer and launched his eponymous label later that year. In 2000, Simons shut down his studio to consider new ideas, re-opening it a year later in conjunction with a smaller crew of collaborators. In 2003, he won first prize at the Swiss Textile Awards and from 2000 to 2005 was appointed head professor of the Fashion Department at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna, Austria. 2005 marked the launch of Raf by Raf Simons and later that year the designer was named creative director of Jil Sander. Simons' collection of menswear integrates ideas of music and art, blending classic and traditional elements with inspiration from the rebellious youth of past and present. Simons is known for a radical voice against the rigid rules of mainstream fashion and designs for confident outsiders.