Nicole Richie was spotted taking her children to get some food in West Hollywood, California. She wore a pair of her black JET Jeans for the lunch date with her children. I was watching one of Nicole’s talk show interviews and she said that she is very strict with what her children eat. I would have never thought that she would be like that. This is a girl who loves Taco Bell. I guess not everyone has the same mindset as Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt (I love that though about them, they are so normal).
The story she told was pretty funny though. She said that she went to a birthday party once and said Harlow saw cake. Nicole said she was about to get upset until Harlow screamed out “Blueberries” (it was on top of the cake). She then later had a 180 of emotions and got her some. You can click here to purchase these jeans at Singer22 for $154.
The Spring 2011 line that many women swooned over is now available to purchase. Theyskens’ Theory has many styles to choose from. They have the Peps Wide Leg jeans (above), the Siro Denim Skirt, the Posey Skinny Pants, as well as many other styles to choose from. The line was a hit so hurry and get your pieces now. You can click here to purchase your Theyskens’ Theory pieces now at ShopBop.
Saoirse Ronan made an appearance earlier this month on MTV The Seven in New York. She wore a pair of the sequined striped Balmain jeans for the appearance to promote her movie Hanna. I like her look here. I like that she cuffed them and paired it with oxfords. It gives off a English ’60s mod feel.
Saoirse is such a great actress, in my opinion. I hated her in Atonement. Her character just urked me whenever she came on. She just played it so well. Then her character in The Lovely Bones showed how versatile she is. She was no longer that annoying little girl. Her role was more complex and innocent. I have yet to see Hanna, but I’m sure she did a great job. Have any of you readers seen the movie yet?
Levi’s recently unveiled their new “Made Here” concept collection in Newbury Street in Boston, Massachusetts. The “Made Here” collection consists of hand-made goods, crafts and apparel, that are all made in the USA by emerging artists. This collection isn’t just limited to Levi’s either. They have non-Levi’s pieces that are made with the same techniques that Levi Strauss himself used. So Levi’s is still in the soul of the pieces.
Some of the pieces in the collection includes belts by Essex Connecticut based artist Austin Jeffers, Marlin Spike necklaces by self-taught artist Tim Whitten, Farm Tactic Bags, and scarves by Brooklyn based artists Kalen and Astrid. They also have leather jackets by Irving and Jack Schott, their family company introduced the first motorcycle jacket.
This concept isn’t just limited to just Boston. A “Hand Made” shop in New York City’s Meatpacking District that will offer custom tailoring all by hand. So each pieces ordered must feel special when it is received. You can checkout images of the concept below.
Images Courtesy of Phillip Angert