How adorable does Amy Adams‘ daughter, Aviana look dressed up as a cat? The family prepared for Halloween by stopping at Mr. Bone’s Pumpkin Patch. While Aviana was in the Halloween spirit, Amy stuck to denim, wearing her 7 For All Mankind Georgia Trousers. Amy’s been a fan of these jeans a lot lately, switching between her Georgia Trouser and 7 For All Mankind wide legs. You can buy these jeans at Shopbop.com for $132.50.
Sarah Jessica Parker was spotted taking her son, James Wilkie to school. It seems like the paparazzi figured out their route because almost every morning there are photos of Sarah Jessica or Matthew Broderick taking James to school. The trio was later seen posing on the Red Carpet together for the premiere of Matthew’s newest film, Tower Heist.
Sarah Jessica wore one of my favorite pairs of jeans from Current/Elliott, the Skinny jeans in Paprika Boa. These combine two big trends for this season, colored and printed denim. You can buy these jeans online at Shopbop.com for $198.
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Taking some time to relax after the debut of her newest single “Party,” Beyonce was seen heading to the nail salon. She was also nominated for 5 Soul Train awards.
Between prepping for newest album and the arriving baby, Beyonce certainly has been keeping busy. I love that so many pregnant celebrities don’t let it impact their style and still wear what they wore pre-pregnancy. Beyonce wore a pair of Joe’s Jeans 55 Colors skinny jeans in Jet Black and a pair of sky high pumps. You can buy these jeans online at Joe’s Jeans for $158.
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Genetic Denim has partnered with Gabrielle’s Angel foundation to support cancer research. From now until December 31, 2011, any purchase made online at Geneticdenim.com using coupon code, Angel11, receive 10% off. 50% of these proceeds will go directly the Foundation.
For the month of October only, Genetic Denim will donate 25% of all full priced purchases to Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation.
Denise Rich, Co-Founder of Gabrielle’s Angel Foundation said, “I am honored that Genetic Denim and their fans are reaching out to support cancer research. The money raised through this exciting promotion will help not only send a positive message to young people about giving back, but it will also fund ground-breaking and innovative research which will lead to better treatments, and hopefully a cure, for cancer.” You can shop online at Geneticdenim.com.