Out wearing her Diesel jeans again, Olivia Wilde was photographed while running errands with a friend in Los Angeles. Olivia and her fiance Jason Sudekis recently announced that they’re expecting their first child together.
Olivia has worn these Diesel jeans a couple of other times this year. You can see how else she’s worn them here. I have a feeling that we may see her try out some maternity jeans as her pregnancy goes on, like a pair from Paige or J Brand.
This weeks denim review is on the Diesel Fayza Boyfriend jeans. I have two pairs, one which I purchased from the Diesel outlet in 0800U (light blue) and the other which I bought at TK Maxx in 0661G. I’m not doing a specific wash review here, just the fit of the jeans. I took size 27 in both of these, which is my regular Diesel size, and they fit me perfectly, perhaps a little too loose though sometimes. I have tried the Fayza cut in a size 26 as well and it fits me a lot slimmer, but still slouchy. In terms of sizing, if you want the looser slouchy fit like I’m wearing here, stick with your normal size, but if you prefer a slimmer boyfriend, I would size down.
On Monday 16th September from 7pm, Diesel held their Diesel x The Serpentine Future Contemporaries Party at The Serpentine Gallery in London! They presented a stunning line-up of live acts for the second consecutive year of the Future Contemporaries Party.
This annual fund-raiser for the Gallery’s young patrons was designed by Sou Fujimoto, while Mutya/Keisha/Siobhan topped the bill, in one of their first performances since reforming; with a set list that included Overload, the song that launched their career, plus new single Flatline; which got everyone dancing against the backdrop of Sou Fujimoto’s cloud-like Pavilion. The trio followed an opening set by electronic duo AlunaGeorge. There were DJ sets from Horse Meat Disco, Yasmin Dexter and Hanna Hanra.
Guests Included Amber Le Bon, Clara Paget, The Vaccines, Mollie King, Vanessa White, Foxes, Atlanta de Cadenet, Chelsea Layland, Zebra Katz and more! Nearly all of the guests were wearing Diesel and Diesel Black Gold pieces for the night. Don’t they look great? You can see photos in the gallery below and watch a video of the night above.
Jogg Jeans have been a part of Diesel’s creativity for a little while now, but the brand has just released their new campaign dedicated to Jogg Jeans! In a nutshell, Jogg Jeans are Diesel’s first ever hybrid denim. The brand’s in house denim experts combined jersey and denim to concoct the first ever “hybrid” jeans style. Denim and sweat – a patented product not being created by any denim brand out there.
The general idea is that they’re designed to offer movement / function / freedom without compromising on style or shape. I can vouch for this as I do own one of the first pairs of Jogg Jeans and love them! They are so comfortable and soft!
Part of the bigger picture, Nicola Formichetti (Diesel’s new Artistic Director) is backing Jogg Jeans by creating this campaign which sees him collaborating with a group of extraordinary dancers to celebrate the new collection – a collection that emphasises movement, comfort and style – to show that you can do anything in these jeans. You can check out the new campaign video above (the song is the explicit version, so be warned if you are at work or a younger reader) and you can purchase Jogg Jeans online at the Diesel website. They are available for both men and women in various cuts.