Finding the perfect length has always been problematic for every woman, even for one of the biggest models right now, Karlie Kloss. Standing at 6’1″, the model had issues finding pairs that are long enough to suit her never ending legs. To solve the problem, she collaborated with Frame to come out with pairs that will not only solve her issue, but also the many other women that have the same problem.
The styles that came into fruition from necessity, not ambition, are the Forever Karlie jeans. Two cuts, a flare and skinny, that have a 40″ inseam. They will be available in light and dark washes that are not only versatile, but classic. Keep an eye out for these when they will be available at Barneys New York, Net-A-Porter, Ron Herman, and Jeffrey in June. Will any of you taller ladies be trying these out?
I would really like to see Kate try out more pairs of Current/Elliott. I think these fit her amazingly and they have so many styles to offer that will suit her really well. What Current/Elliott styles would you like to see on Kate? You can click here to purchase these jeans from REVOLVEclothing for $198.
Here is a look at some new styles that J Brand has for the men this Summer. J Brand is always one to keep their men’s styles classic with a few tweaks here and there to freshen them up, like the Kane in Bowery above, they updated the staple light blue jeans by adding 3D wrinkling at just the waist area and hand sanded details.
They have the Tyler in Varick (image 5), which is an ultra faded style in a super slim fit. A pair that is very on trend this season is the Kane in Ludlow (image 4). These are a pair made of chambray, so they are perfect for beating the upcoming heat. You can also see their new Bowery wash in the Kane fit below and they didn’t leave jackets out of the picture either. See all these styles below and click here to purchase some of these styles now from the J Brand website.
Hilary Duff was spotted leaving Fox Studios in New York City after promoting her new book on Good Day New York. The actress/author wore a pair of Frame Le Skinny de Jeanne in Avenue Montaigne with a printed shirt and blazer. I find this look here to be very flattering and chic. The color of the printed shirt works really well with the wash of the jeans.
Have any of you tried out Frame yet? They have recently become quite a force in the denim department. We just keep getting new sightings each week. They are definitely a brand that I am looking forward to trying. Going by just the photos, I noticed that they look super soft. That is a very rare quality that I don’t notice too often by just photos alone. You can click here to purchase Frame from SSENSE.
Images Courtesy of INFDaily.com