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Sheryl Crow performed in concert at the Verizon Wireless Amphitheater in Irvine, California a few days ago. Her legs looked miles long in a pair of 7 For All Mankind flared jeans which she paired with a metallic top.
I think this outfit is really simple and easy to put together but it still looks great! Sheryl chose well for a beautiful stage look. What do you think of the jeans? I think they fit her perfectly and I love the wash! You can buy 7 For All Mankind flares on their website here.
Images courtesy of Wireimage.com
Denise Richards was spotted almost in the same outfit as before minus the shoes. She was taking her daughters, Sam and Lola, shopping at the Bonpoint store in Manhattan, New York a couple of days after the last sighting.
Denise wore her bright orange top again with her white Current/Elliott skinny jeans. I thought these were from the same day but after checking the date and looking at the outfit, I realised she just likes it and chose to wear it again like most of us do! Buy Current/Elliott jeans at Singer22.com.
Images courtesy of Pacificcoastnews.com
Another great thread that is popular on the DenimBlog forum/community is the ‘What Did You Buy Today?’ thread which lets members post and show photos of the things they have bought. It’s always fun to share your new purchases with other denim addicts and also show your non denim purchases. You can see what sort of things the other members like and get ideas as to what other denim fans are interested in.
G-Star have partnered with artist Ryan Gander and Wallpaper* magazine on a fun project. As they ship their proprietary 3D-denim, the Arc Loose Tapered, to stores worldwide, 30 pairs will be the limited edition Ryan Gander G-Star Arc Pants!
Beginning yesterday, August 1st, visitors of G-Star stores worldwide might find one of the 30 limited edition Arc Pants from G-Star RAW, customized by Ryan Gander. The project was commissioned as part of Wallpaper* magazine’s ÔÇÿArtist Intervention’ series and was previewed at Wallpaper*s Handmade exhibition during this years Salone del Mobile in Milan.
Conceptual artist Ryan Gander’s collaboration with G-Star involves adding discreet white embroidery, to mimic drips of paint, on select pairs of the brands 3D Arc Loose Tapered jeans, in addition to a small-figurine key ring. The basis for this design intervention comes from renowned modernist Le Corbusier’s phrase “By law all buildings should be white”, which inspired Gander to invent a national holiday in Japan called ÔÇÿNew New Day’, encouraging people to paint buildings white. The symbol of this day is ÔÇÿArata-Chan’ (translated as ÔÇÿcleaning helping friend’), a little figurine with Le Corbusier-style glasses and a paintbrush in his hand. The white embroidered ÔÇÿpaint drips’ on these limited edition Arc Pants are a visual representation of this concept.
From August 2011, the 30 limited edition pairs of men’s denim will be distributed without fanfare to selected G-Star stores, where customers can buy for the regular retail price. “I like the idea that someone might think they’re damaged, try to return them and not realize they’re getting a limited edition,” Ryan Gander says. “If you specifically wanted a pair, you couldn’t go looking for them. It’s a bit like Willy Wonka’s golden ticket.”
One pair of the limited edition Arc Pants will be on auction on the G-Star Facebook page. The resulting money will be donated to charity. The collaboration is featured in full in Wallpaper*s August issue, out now – please click here for the making-of video by Ingmar Swalue.