Rachel Bilson swung by to visit her mom in LA. Rachel just finished filming BFF & Baby, which wrapped this week. It looks like a really cute movie with a good cast. The clothes look good too, especially with all of the photos we saw of Rachel and Kate Bosworth on set!
Rachel’s new standby seems to be skinny jeans, a stripped tee and wedge booties. I think it’s a great combination that is the perfect amount of trendy and casual, I plan on recreating it myself! Rachel’s skinny jeans are by Siwy Denim. You can buy Siwy at Boutiquetoyou.com.
Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal make their way through the masses at Heathrow airport. The two were in town promoting their latest film, Love and Other Drugs. This looks like a great movie, in interviews they have such great chemistry!
Both Anne and Jake wore Burberry jackets paired with jeans. She Paired her cropped shearling jacket with pair of high-waist, wide-leg trousers. I can definitely see Rachel Zoe’s influence here. I love Anne’s jacket but I think these pants are so unflattering! What do you think?
Emma Roberts leaves dinner with a mystery male. Twilight star Kellen Lutz was also spotted eating dinner at the same place, but the two were spotted leaving separately. Perhaps they’re a new couple?!
Emma was channeling a grunge look, wearing a flannel shirt over a pair of cut off shorts and tights. She’s wearing Erin Wasson x RVCA shorts, which she wore in a similar manner before. I really liked the Erin Wasson x RVCA collaboration but apparently, it is no more! Erin Wasson announced that she will no longer be collaborating with the brand, so get your goods while you still can!
In an effort to go green(er) Levi’s has announced that they will be launching a more sustainable denim collection. The line will be released in January. The line will be called Water<less. One of the most notable features of the line is that it will use anywhere from 28-96% less water depending on the finish/style. The average pair of jeans currently takes 42 liters of water to create.
The label will be releasing 1.6 million pairs under the Water<Less brand. By the fall, the brand hopes to raise the numbers from this 20% figure. Erik Joule, the VP of Levi’s stated, ““We challenged ourselves to operate at the intersection of style and sustainability. We challenged conventions and asked in which processes we could eliminate or reduce our water use.”
The brand was able to achieve this reduction through methods of combining multiple wet cycle processes into a single one, removed the water from the stonewash process and incorporated ozone processing that helps mimic the effects of water washes.
The Water<Less collection will feature popular styles by Levi’s and, at current price ranges. Levi’s is also in the process of addressing the issues of sustainable cotton and hope to adopt methods for production next year.
Article and image from WWD.com