Lorna, Editor's Archive
The very beautiful and stylish Kate Becksinsale, was spending some family time out and about in Brentwood, California with her husband Len Wiseman. The couple looked very happy as they were snapped strolling around and laughing with each other.
Kate was wearing a pair of Coe leggings in Jungle wash from the new brand Sinclair Denim. Kate is the second celebrity to be spotted in the new brand after Jennifer Garner. She paired her leggings with her favourite clogs, a cute tweed blazer and a loose tank top. I think this outfit is gorgeous and Kate certainly looks hot! Buy Sinclair Denim at revolveclothing.com.
Ashley Greene got caught by the paparazzi as she was doing some shopping at Gelson’s Market in Los Angeles, California earlier this week. The actress was dressed down in a casual outfit for the day out and she didn’t seem too impressed to see the snappers.
Ashley was wearing a pair of J Brand jeans with a sweater and some flats. A very simple outfit for market shopping. One thing I love most about J Brand is their simplicity; their back pockets are completely plain and they focus their attention on fit rather than over embellishment. Buy J Brand at Singer22 and Boutique To You.
Here is the brand new Spring/Summer 2011 video from the new brand HA-67. They feature their styles in a video so you can see them worn on the model, how they move when you walk and the close up details of each pair. Michael Mechaly, the founder and designer of HA-67, talks you through all of the different fits and washes and which cuts create different effects on the body. I’m in love with the first striped pair! Those are so cute! Michael grew up in the denim business, he originally worked for Blue Cult and his father and his uncle had worked in the denim industry for a very long time before. I have high hopes for this brand!
DenimBlog got a brief mention on the TechCrunch website during an article about Huddler revamping a lot of online forums. DenimBlog is part of their White Label Platform scheme which helps forums reach out to a broader audience. Thanks TechCrunch!