Can you guess whose butt this is in a pair of Citizens of Humanity jeans?
Jetting off to her next appearance in New York, Kim Kardashian was seen making her way through security at LAX airport. Kim recently debuted the newest addition to her empire, a line of watches! They will bear her initials, back to back Ks surrounded by diamonds. I wonder what she’ll come up with next?
Always the fashionista, Kim looked dressed to the nines. She was wearing a white tee-shirt, blazer and black skinny jeans. Her jeans are J Brand’s Agnes jeans in Stealth. She finished off the look with a pair of booties and her Hermes Birkin. You can buy these jeans at J Brand for $260.00.
Heidi Klum makes her way through the airport after landing at LAX. Recently, it is reported that Heidi purchased a new home in Brentwood, CA for $14 million dollars. I know that she was filming a reality show following her kids but I wonder if it ever aired? They seem like such a cute family, they’d be fun to watch!
Heidi’s airport outfit consisted of a pair of embellished Ugg boots, an off the shoulder black tee and a pair of skinny jeans. She’s wearing PRPS’s Heirloom Carrot Fit Repair jeans in medium vintage. These jeans have part of the Bill of Rights written on them! You can buy them at Shopbop for $219.00.
There appears to be a new use for your old jeans, in cars! Ford will be using recycled denim material in their latest version of the Ford Focus. According to Forbes magazine, “Each new Ford Focus will have roughly two pairs of average-sized American jeans in it. The recycled blue jeans will be used as both sound absorption material and carpet backing.”
The reliance on recycled materials has been increasing and Ford is already using recycled materials for the seats and other parts of their cars. Carrie Majeske, the company’s sustainability manager commented that “Ford is continually looking for greener alternatives.”
I think it’s great that an increasing number of denim companies and other companies as well are trying to become more eco-friendly and rely on recycled products. I wonder where else old jeans are going to pop up!