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Wow Ashlee Simpson looks tiny here! She looks like she has lost a lot of weight recently. I hope she’s doing ok! Ashlee posed for photos at the Solstice Sunglasses event in west Hollywood, California a couple of days ago. She was wearing a pair of J Brand Agnes jeans in Stealth with an oversize sweater and high heels.
I do like this outfit but I don’t know if I am fond of the pattern on the sweater. I love the jeans though! I adore the Agnes fit, I have it in Vintage Navy twill and it’s so comfortable! The Stealth wash is gorgeous though and Ashlee rocks these jeans! I don’t think I like her new cropped hair cut though, I liked her hair longer and dark brown. Buy these jeans at singer22.
Here is the third part of 7 For All Mankind’s 10th anniversary celebration. 7 For All Mankind have released a special set of limited edition jeans to mark their 10 years of success on the denim market. They have designed 5 men’s styles and 5 women’s styles all in different cuts and washes. I love the crystal Gwenevere’s! You can see all of the jeans in the gallery below.
The story of premium denim is one that is intrinsically intertwined with the fall 2000 launch of 7 For All Mankind. Over the course of the brand’s 10 year history, 7 For All Mankind has become both an established modern classic for its sophisticated fits as well as a leading trendsetter for its newest fashion forward washes and designs. The Los Angeles, California based brand succeeded in changing the landscape of denim forever. 7 For All Mankind’s premium jeans literally exploded onto the scene, quickly earning critical acclaim and an immediate following for its innovative use of fits, fabrics, and finishes. The iconic squiggle from the brand’s first jean, Bootcut in New York Dark, became an immediate symbol of sophistication and style.
In celebration of their anniversary, 7 For All Mankind will be hosting several high profile events throughout the country. On November 9th, 7 For All Mankind and Vanity Fair kicked off the festivities with a cocktail party fêting the brand’s 10th anniversary with the opening of an experiential exhibit of The Seven Senses. A private residence in Beverly Hills was transformed into a multimedia expression of 7 For All Mankind through sight, smell, sound, taste, touch, intuition and style. The Seven Senses installation is based upon the photography from the pages of 7 For All Mankind’s new book of the same title.
Guests were able to experience and explore each sense as it was brought to life. Photos from The Seven Senses will be placed throughout the venue to fully immerse the viewer in 7 For All Mankind’s world. There were seven dedicated sections of the house that focus solely on each of the senses. SIGHT features imagery from The Seven Senses projected onto walls both inside and outside the home to create an optical illusion wherever you look. While SCENT proves that the nose knows by introducing the fragrances behind the photos, scratch a photo of a glass of champagne – and that’s what guests will smell. Listen to the SOUND that brings the brand to mind in a custom listening stations filled with the noise and vibrations of Los Angeles. TASTE 7 For All Mankind with a unique food and drink experience and use TOUCH alone to feel out what is placed in several mystery boxes and as you make your way down the halls feeling your way into the other sensory rooms. Movement and technology showcase INTUITION and finally STYLE is conveyed through an artistic arrangement of the brand’s new 10th anniversary denim collection.
The Seven Senses book includes 264 pages of beautiful and often provocative imagery from many prominent photographers, including such influential pioneers such as Guy Aroch, Jeff Burton, Greg Kadel, Nikolas Koenig, Inez Van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin. Each chapter of the book focuses solely on one of the seven senses. From a photograph illustrating the sounds of the 405 freeway in rush hour to an image capturing the smell of the Pacific Ocean’s sea spray, each picture relates back to one of the seven senses and how it pertains to the brand and its Los Angeles heritage. The emotional connection between 7 For All Mankind and these seven senses is first explored in the book’s forward. Written by esteemed fashion writer and New York Times best-selling author ofClassy: Exceptional Advice for the Extremely Modern Lady, Derek Blasberg, the forward expresses how invaluable each of the seven senses are both in understanding the brand and fashion as a whole. The oversized 11 X 15 coffee table book is bound in authentic 7 For All Mankind denim and embossed with each of the seven senses. Beginning mid-November The Seven Senses will retail for $75 and be available exclusively at all 7 For All Mankind retail locations worldwide as well as at on their online store.
Elle Macpherson was seen again later in October after dropping her children at school in London, England. Elle’s dress sense is always one I have been fond of, she seems to look amazing in everything she wears, but then what model doesn’t? She chose to keep the tones of her outfit black and white but comfortable.
Elle was wearing her MET Eco Pelle leather look Becky jeans again for the school run. We saw her wearing these yesterday. These jeans are so gorgeous! Every time I see them I can’t take my eyes off of them! I wonder what jeans we will be seeing Elle wear now that it’s freezing here in the UK? I hope more Diesel or even Paige!
Images courtesy of Wenn.com