Prints are nothing new when it comes to denim these past few seasons, but in the see of nature prints, Ksubi took it up a notch and went a different route. Taking their architecture inspiration of the AD/BC collection, they released their Spray On fit in a cool new print which they have dubbed The Alter.
What I love about these jeans is how well thought out they are. The placement of the print is right on and they chose the perfect fit for them. I can see celebs like Beyonce wearing these flawlessly. Click here to purchase these jeans from the Ksubi website for $349.95.
Nicole Richie was spotted hiding her face behind her Balenciaga bag as she arrived to dinner. The Fashion Star judge wore a pair of Ksubi Spray On Jeans in Black Night with patent leather boots and a Helmut Lang Jacket. I love these jeans on Nicole and I like that she wore them with the ankle-zips undone. Wearing them this way gives them somewhat of a grungier vibe to the other more put together pieces. Which I think is true to the Ksubi soul.
Have you readers seen Nicole’s new online show Candidly Nicole? The show gives a deeper insight on her tweets such as contemplating on getting her tattoo removed and flower arrangements. I think it has great humor to it because of her quick wit. If you haven’t checked it out yet, I think you should. You can click here to purchase these jeans from the Ksubi website for $179.95.
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Next to join the British invasion here on DenimBlog is model Jourdan Dunn. She was spotted on her way out of the Crazy Brear Wine Bar in Covent Garden with Jade Ewen. The model wore a pair of Ksubi Boyfriend Jeans in Straight Up Trashed with some white pumps.
Have you guys seen Jourdan’s cooking show Well Dunn with Jourdan Dunn on Life + Times? It is a great watch, especially if you are someone who is a lover of ginger and anything spicy. Click here to purchase these jeans from the Ksubi website for $279.
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Here is a look at the new “Acult” collection by Ksubi styled by Vogue Australia’s Christine Centenera. The collection is inspired by an ancient belief in the geometric underpinnings of the universe.
This new route that Ksubi has been taking the past few seasons has been really amazing. It has gone from a cool casual vibe to a more high fashion Parisian route. Even with the change, the soul of the brand is still prominent. There are definitely pieces here that both men and women will love (i.e those flares above). You can see all the looks below.