Kimberly Stewart was spotted out in West Hollywood, California with daughter Delilah. The socialite wore a pair of the Rag & Bone RBW23 jeans in Oil Slick with a simple black tank and some lace up boots.
We have seen Kimberly in a few different pairs of Rag & Bone now and it’s great to see her wear a variation of styles. I think the cropped fit looks really good on her and is refreshing as we have only seen her in classic length styles. What do you think of the shorter length on Kimberly? Buy Rag & Bone online at Shopbop.com.
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Lana Del Rey was all smiles as she performed in Columbia, Maryland at the Sweetlife Festival a few months back. The singer wore a pair of Nasty Gal Wrecked Cutoff Shorts with some cowboy boots and a sweater.
I find the details of these shorts to be very interesting. The distressing at the hem is very different and still feels natural in a sense. They look as though Lana just cut them herself. What do you think of the way these shorts are distressed? You can click here to purchase these shorts ON SALE from Nasty Gal.
Matercraft Union is a brand that was recently brought to my attention. The brand has taken focus on what denim truly is and created pieces that hold the heritage of the textile, while still being innovative with a modern approach. You can read all about the brand’s details, fabrics and their innovation below, then head over to MATCHES to get a pair for yourself and check out their site here.
“Unique stretch Denim is developed for increased comfort, the first Japanese denim collection to utilise stretch denim into its handcrafted jeans due to the brand’s slimmer, more contemporary fit.
MCU paper Denim is constructed of exclusive fabric, using traditionally milled Japanese paper within the weave of the denim. This aides comfort, breathability & 3D shape retention plus a shorter wear-in time than standard jeans.
The MCU branding reflects the overall unique modernist approach: Italian bonded seam-seal tape replaces the traditional leather patch and matte black enamelling over copper metalware.
MCU use only rope-dyed yarn in its exclusive Okayama selvedge fabrics giving denim the natural highs and lows in colour after long-term wear. Roping is used through the belt loops and back pockets, a method traditionally developed for strength, but also aiding a contrasted, authentic-looking finish.
In construction, MCU finishes its jean with felled seam, a premium heritage technique providing added strength and comfort for the wearer.”
A new month means some new styles that have caught the attention of us writers. There are so many to choose from, but we selected our ‘Top 5′ for this month and we think you readers will love them just as much as we do. As the new season arises, check out these styles that we chose below.