Lorna, Editor's Archive
The coloured denim trend is in full swing right now and so many celebs are being spotted in them! A lot of brands have been bringing out their own take on the trend but I know that sometimes the premium price is a lot to pay for a ‘trend jean’ or a ‘fashion jean’. This is where ASOS comes in! They have released their own take on the coloured denim trend and they are all around ┬ú35! That’s a great price to make a statement in bold coloured jeans right now! You can see all the colours in the video above and purchase them here at ASOS.com. I love the purple and the red coated, those are so bright!
Emma Roberts got snapped by the paps as she was leaving a nail salon in Beverly Hills, California two days ago. I love the red polish that she chose for her pedicure, it’s very striking!
Emma wore a pair of Blank NYC Carpenter skinny pants for the day. This is the first time we have spotted a celeb in these. I actually think they are really intriguing. They have just one zipper up the back of the left leg and a button strap around the hem of the other. They actually look a lot like carpenter pants with the details, especially the fabric loop on the side. Buy these pants at DJPremium.com for only $60.
Images courtesy of Wenn.com
I thought this story/video was really interesting, the history of the Original Penguin jacket, which I watched in the video, really made me smile. It’s nice to see something so popular, which got lost, be found again! I know it’s not to do with denim but Original Penguin do have jeans so I thought it was fitting. I’ve included the press release below.
More than an item of clothing, the coveted Original Penguin Jacket is a symbol of the brand and its storied history. The Jacket was said to have been created in 1956, commissioned by Original Penguin founder Abbot Pederson to celebrate the company’s first anniversary. Join us in cherishing this moment as we bring the Jacket back to life by launching a campaign inspired by its incredible storyÔÇöstarting with a video titled “Big World, One Jacket”.