Jens Grede, one of the four partners behind Frame Denim, said that within the past year the company has grown from about 15 retail accounts to more than 350. While the line is still rooted in denim, Grede, along with Erik Torstensson, Nico Peyrache and Josh Levine, added a few dressier options for fall, including a form-fitting pencil skirt with gold zippers up both sides and cropped slouch jeans with bands of black, gray and gunmetal wrapping around the ankles.

They also introduced Frame Shirt, a collection of silk shirts and cotton Ts, to retail from $70 to $220, that make a great pairing with the jeans.

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