Joy Bryant and David Pope’s Basic Terrain line is reaching beyond the basics for 2015. The line, which launched in Ron Robinson, Satine and Scoop with one denim Thai fisherman-inspired wrap pant for fall 2014, has evolved into a 12-piece collection comprising tops and jackets, shorts, a jumpsuit and two more pant styles. The original Eden pant now comes in leather, as do shorts, and knit pieces include military jogger and genie pants, plus two Supima cotton/Modal tees. There’s also a tie-dyed Curpo kimono. In addition, Basic Terrain offers limited-edition vintage repurposed military jackets and the kimono, genie pant and jumpsuit in vintage printed silk. Wholesale prices range from $29 to $473 and distribution is increasing to Shopbop.com and other global specialty chains. “It’s definitely now a collection, and we have more styles coming for fall like a fleece moto jacket and kimono, and a shirtdress,” said Bryant, who just wrapped the sixth and final season of her NBC show “Parenthood.” Pope, Bryant’s stuntman husband who sewed the line’s first samples, also revealed plans to launch men’s for fall 2105. “There will be some overlap with the women’s military-style pieces, but we’ll also do a non-denim five-pocket pant,” he said.