Lorna, Editor's Archive
Alyson Hannigan was caught leaving CVS with a new haircut whilst preparing for the July 4th weekend in Malibu.
Alyson wore a Etienne Marcel Tunic EM7103 denim dress in chambray with a pair of sandals and a red tote. At first I thought this was a skirt and denim shirt paired together, but upon closer inspection, I actually think it seems to be a dress. It’s nice seeing celebs out in various denim though and not just jeans these days!
Images courtesy of WENN.com.
Rita Ora posed for photos at a photocall before her concert at the Joy Eslava Club in Madrid, Spain last week. Rita is always one to experiment with style and she did just that by choosing these rather strange ruffled denim jeans.
I really like the red boots and the crop top is cool, but the jeans are too much in my opinion. They aren’t flattering and as it turns out, there actually is such a thing as too much denim. What do you think of them? I would love to know your thoughts.
Images courtesy of Sean Thorton/WENN.com.
The lovely Lily Aldridge was seen out and about shopping in SoHo in New York City with model friend, Kate Upton.
Lily wore a pair of Levi’s denim shorts with some Converse and a striped crop top. I think she rocks this outfit, it reminds me a lot of a look from the 90′s, which is in fashion right now, but with a modern take!
Images courtesy of Pacificcoastnews.com.
There is a new denim brand on the scene, based out of London, called Bethnals Ltd. and you can see the new Autumn Winter 2014 look book here. The brand was created by denim lover, Melissa, who used to be the senior buyer for Topshop, working exclusively with jeans and denim for six years, so she has plenty of experience in the industry.
Bethnals is a London-born, unisex, denim brand and as a Londoner herself, as well as a religious denim-wearer, Melissa couldn’t understand why in a city defined by its lack of definition, we are still divided by gender when it comes to denim. Melissa thinks men shouldn’t have to sneak into the women’s section to get their jeans skinny enough and women shouldn’t have to actually have a boyfriend to get the right ‘boyfriend jeans’ and that’s why Bethnals is here. She is a true tom boy, and has been developing a new generation of jean perfectly cut to work with both the male and female silhouette.
You can take a look at the full look book below! What do you think? The prices will start at £75 for core styles up to £125 for selvedge. I think that’s a great in-between price from high street to premium!