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Blank NYC - an essential element of celebrity style as seen on Hilary Duff

Hitting the market in 2007, Blank NYC instantly became a phenomenon. The company’s main goal is to have their denim stripped down and lean. “Like a 70s punk song. Like a minimalist sculpture. Like an essential pair of jeans,” as stated on their company website. Blank NYC’s lean outlook on jeans=denim] has taken to an art form and fits the body like a second skin.

Blank NYC reflects more than just edgy styling, they are the rebellious attitude of youth, in what they call “denim done right.” Embracing individuality and DIY style. They have been creating obsession-worthy fits, fabrics and designs details season after season. Blank NYC jeans are part of the essentials that have proven to become borderline obsessive.


The main difference between Blank NYC denim and other denim brands is their core point of view stands for quality, fit and the integrity of a premium jean while maintaining an affordable price for their customers. What’s an affordable price point? Blank NYC denim starts at $78 retail…enough said.

One of the best aspects of Blank NYC denim is they fit like a glove becoming part of the wearer’s body, “…We’re talking beyond contour-hugging – predicting your future moves, highlighting your form.” Customers will feel confident wearing Blank NYC, allowing each and every unique style to shine through.

Blank NYC has even captured the likes of many celebrities including Kim and Kourtney Kardashian, Hilary Duff, Ashley Greene, Rihanna, Selena Gomez, Whitney Port, Olivia Munn, Emma Roberts and tons more. The popular denim line has been featured in top fashion publications such as Nylon, People Style Watch, Elle, InStyle, WWD, Glamour, Redbook, Cosmopolitan and countless more. Blank NYC can be found in exclusive retailers across the United States like Madewell, Neiman Marcus, Bloomingdale’s, etc. as well as many online retailers.

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