Need a new pair of jeans? Take your cue from these catwalk trends. From Sports Luxe to Vintage Americana and pastel hues, denim has gone high fashion this season, taking key influences from all the spring/summer 2012 trends. Confused? We've created a handy shopping guide to the most on-trend denim styles out there, so you can update your wardrobe at the click of a mouse.
Marc Jacobs, Proenza Schouler and Prada looked to 1950s America for a retro summer look - think button down shirts, a-line skirts and ladylike accessories like kid gloves and kitten heels. Look out for denim pieces with a vintage feel, like biker jackets and capri pants.
Elizabeth and James denim biker jacket, £595, net-a-porter.com
Moschino Cheap & Chic high-waisted jeans, £335, harveynichols.com
Bright, eye-popping hues are still big news for spring/summer 2012, so make like Giles and go bold with your denim hues.
Denim went back to 90s this season, as seen at Acne with grungy oversized jackets, shirts, and long skirts on the menu. Try ripped jeans, stone-wash denim and loose boyfriend styles.
Clothes come in a candy-coated palette this season - and the same goes for denim. Just Cavalli sent models down the runway in canary yellow jeans, but you can take your pick from a whole host of sugary shades.
ASOS have created a Candy Denim collection featuring several pastel-hued jeans. We love this slouchy yellow style, £38, asos.com
Tommy Hilfiger Bermuda shorts, £75, 020 7479 7550
From floral, to animal and digital designs, prints were a major catwalk trend (as seen at Peter Som, pictured). Luckily every denim label from high street to high end have caught on - making jeans the coolest way to wear pattern this season.
MW by Matthew Williamson leopard jeans £235, urbanoutfitters.co.uk
Luxe Sportswear was seen everywhere from Victoria Beckham to Isabel Marant (pictured) - even on denim. Try sporty detailing like panelling, or go for a sporty anorak in pale blue denim.
Urban Outfitters denim and neon top £55, urbanoutfitters.co.uk
Try the utility trend as seen at Julien Macdonald, with pockets and zips aplenty and a sleeveless denim dress.