Joe’s Jeans has launched a video to coincide with their Vintage Reserve 1961 campaign. The video is called “The Heist” and features models Alexandra Tomlinson, Sydney Roper and Adam Wallace participating in a voyeuristic snap into a multifaceted robbery illusion. What are your thoughts on the new video? You can see all the action and jeans in the video above.
Amanda Seyfried was seen going to lunch with her co-star from The Big Wedding, British actor Ben Barnes, in Los Angeles, California.
Amanda chose to wear her Joe’s boyfriend denim shorts with flats, a simple t-shirt and a bright red bag. It’s been some time since we saw her wearing these actually, July 2011 to be precise. It’s nice to see her bring them back out again!
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Taylor Swift was spotted in New York City after the premier of her newest music video, “We are Never Ever Getting Back Together.” Taylor was also carrying her guitar case with her as she hopped into a waiting car. I wonder if she was performing or practicing for a performance?
Taylor wore a pair of Joe’s 2 inch high-rise shorts in Gold with a varsity style jacket and brogues. I’m not exactly sure what I think of Taylor’s outfit. I do think that it’d be cute if her jacket was a bit smaller and more cropped, this style looks too big on her slender frame. You can see how the other ways Taylor styled these shorts here.
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Here is a look at the impressive Joe’s Jeans Fall 2012 Campaign for their new Vintage Reserve 1971 collection shot by Tao Ruspoli. The new collection is inspired by the rebellious spirit, music, and fashion that began in 1971. The campaign itself features models Alexandra Tomlinson, Sydney Roper and Adam Wallace and Belgian rock band Ghinzu inspires the growing tension with their brilliant track “Dolly Fisher”, from their album Electronic Jacuzzi.
What I enjoy about the collection is the contrast between the clothing and the stark white backdrop. Different than the other clean simple backgrounds being that it is an actual set. What do you readers think of this campaign? Are you guys also excited to see more of the Vintage Reserve collection?