I feel like the last to know on this one – but in case I’m not – did you know that Fall Out Boy Pete Wentz, aka Diesel posterboy, now has a fashion line out called Clandestine Industries? And is it just me, or does it sort of resemble Diesel if they were to come out with a Junior’s line? Hmmm.
I can’t believe Nordstrom is actually carrying this line…. it includes t-shirts, hoodies and denim, which is mostly the kind of outfit Wentz is spotted in when he’s out, only we usually see him in Diesel jeans himself.
Is it just me or are you sick of celebs who think they know fashion?
It’s super rare that Diesel has a sale so we had to share the news! Can’t wait! I hope my Cherocks and Louvely’s that are on my “to-buy” list will be on sale!
New, over at Diesel, new preview items from their Fall/Winter 2008 line which is all about Rock & Roll. I love the Rock & Roll theme, I was not sure how I felt about all the hot pink and neon green throwback-to-the-80’s-theme in their Spring/Summer line, especially on men. Some of the new preview items include a new high waisted jean for women called the Vella, and some new Revick and Kander jeans for men. Love!
This could be interesting!
Is Diesel’s Renzo Rosso on the prowl again?
Word on the street is that Rosso is in talks to acquire Superfine Jeans, the hot London-based premium denim brand, founded in 2003 by Lucy Pinter and Flora Evans. Superfine has become well known for its directional silhouettes and popularity amongst the global style A-list, including Kate Moss, Gisele Bundchen and Mary-Kate Olsen.
While Mr. Rosso has been acquisitive in the past, he has tended to focus more on the fashion end of things, acquring stakes in Maison Martin Margiela, DSquared2, and most recently, Sophia Kokosalaki, through Diesel’s Staff International subsidiary.
That Mr. Rosso is reportedly looking to acquire another denim brand may suggest that Diesel, which now ranks amongst the best-known jeans labels in the world, is looking for something more edgy and sophisticated to add to its jeans stable to compete with the likes of cult Swedish label Acne and 18th Amendment and Ksubi of Australia.
This is a smart move. With Rosso’s manufacturing, marketing and distribution capabilities, Superfine could be supercharged into a global denim brand in its own right — but by then, I guess Rosso will be on the hunt again.