In a rare paparazzi photo, a scruffy Ben Affleck made his way into a dentist’s office. Ben certainly did not seem too happy to be photographed. His wife, Jennifer Garner, also kept busy by doing some shopping at Williams-Sonoma. I feel like we never see photos of the couple together, rarely even on the Red Carpet.
Of the two of them, I definitely think that Ben has much better style. He’s been wearing a lot of men’s brands, from Joe’s to J Brand. Most recently, he wore a pair of RRL jeans. I think he styled these jeans well but I would’ve liked it better if he wore some brighter colors!
Out with her loyal pup Finn, Amanda Seyfried and a friend stopped by the Apple Store and did some shopping. Amanda’s recently spoke about kissing her co-star Justin Timberlake in the upcoming film, Now, “It was pretty good (kissing him). Kissing somebody on film can sometimes be a bit of work, but he was so easy.” This is the second film the pair has starred in together, the first being Alpha Dog, where they were also romantically involved.
Every time I see Amanda in her Free People patchwork boyfriend jeans, I love them. They’re not my usual style but I actually really like these and think they’re very suiting on Amanda. I wish I could pull them off!
Whitney Port showed off her makeup-less complexion during the second day of the Coachella Music festival. Whitney looked great as she posed for a couple of paparazzi photos. Whitney and boyfriend Ben Nemtin attended the festival together and were quite affectionate, engaging in some PDA.
I actually liked Whitney’s outfit, it wasn’t too crazy compared to some things she wears. She paired her romper and Converse sneakers with a denim jacket. She’s wearing Joe’s Jeans denim jacket in Wendy wash. This jacket is available for purchase on the Joe’s Jeans website for $264.00.
With brands like J Brand and Joe’s Jean’s establishing men’s collections, Current/Elliott is following suit. The brand launched their men’s collection back in Spring 2009 but the collection ended because of costs. The original collection retailed for around $300 but the newest line will feature a lower price point.
Launching this fall, the collection will feature around 80 styles, ranging from corduroys and chinos to sweaters and shirts. The collection will also feature both skinny and straight styles, with a variety of washes. The denim line will be made in LA and have many of the same characteristics of the women’s line, “Our signature has always been our washing and beautiful fabrics. Everything is very authentic,” said Serge Azria who is CEO of the company that owns Current/Elliott (Also Max Azria of BCBG’s older brother)
The collection will be carried in 125 retail stores, including Nordstrom and Bloomingdales as well as international stores such as Harrod’s.
Article and image from WWD.com