Gwen Stefani was spotted shopping for 4th of July decorations at Party City in Hollywood, California over the weekend. She was with her sons Kingston and Zuma and also the nanny to help her on her errands. It must be really nice to have a nanny around to help out with the kids when you need it. Gwen then went on to a nearby CVS Pharmacy to get a few things before making her way home with the children.
Gwen was wearing a pair of Jean Paul Gaultier and Levi’s collaboration Denim Harem pants with flip flops and a striped vest. These pants definitely suit Gwen’s style so much, they are perfect for her. I wouldn’t wear these though, they are definitely not my kind of pant but when worn correctly they look great! You can buy these pants at Levi’s online store for £220.
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I think someone is trying to take the denim crown away from Zac Efron. Adam Levine was spotted wearing double denim again in Malibu, California over 4th of July weekend. He was wearing his Levi’s jacket again and a pair of medium washed jeans. After having lunch with a friend, Adam was spotted riding off on his motorcycle. I think is was a bit on the hot side to wear a denim jacket that day. The weather here in California has been so out of whack. It was burning hot over the weekend and it is now cloudy and about to rain. This has been the most awkward year when it comes to weather.
I just saw the This Love video and Adam’s style has changed quite a bit over the years. Which style do you readers prefer on Adam? His everyday double denim look now or the more relaxed hipster look of his past?
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Established a year ago, the division soft launched a new premium denim and sportswear label globally last spring, called Levi’s Made & Crafted, with a full rollout coming for fall. Additionally, the existing Levi’s Vintage Clothing label, which offers high-end replica designs from the company’s archives, was expanded into a more comprehensive collection this year.
“The aim of this division is to conquer a piece of the market that Levi’s has struggled to reach, with truly premium, elevated product,” said Maurizio Donadi, global senior vice president at Levi’s XX. “This is something that is very dear to Levi’s, and we want to become a big player in the premium market. We are bringing some of the romance and poetry of denim back to the Levi’s brand — the brand that invented the blue jean.”
The Levi’s Made & Crafted label effectively replaces the Levi’s Capital E business, which was the premium label offered in the U.S. from 2006 to the end of last year. Overseas, Levi’s Made & Crafted subsumes a number of different premium ranges. The move represents Levi’s efforts to consolidate and focus its premium offerings under one global label as the brand works to expand its foothold in a market where it faces a raft of trend-savvy competitors such as Seven For All Mankind, True Religion and Diesel.
Levi’s Made & Crafted jeans retail from $150 to $225, with jackets at $175 to $495, leather from $750 to $850, woven shirts from $125 to $225, T-shirts from $59 to $69 and non-denim bottoms from $150 to $200.
The label will be in 62 North American men’s accounts and 178 men’s doors this fall, including Barneys New York, Bloomingdale’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, American Rag, Sharon Segal at Fred Segal Santa Monica, Scoop and Steven Alan. In women’s, it will be in 53 accounts and 90 doors (73 percent of Levi Strauss & Co. business was in men’s last year).
Barneys was among the stores to launch Levi’s Made & Crafted last spring in all 28 doors. “Capital E was a strong performer for us, and this was a business we really wanted to protect. It was essential that Levi’s be part of our matrix. It’s one of our biggest brands in denim,” said Samantha Carter, the retailer’s associate buyer for men’s denim. “The washes are clean, the pocket treatments are clean and we’ve had a very positive reaction to the line.”
Barneys also launched the newly expanded Levi’s Vintage Clothing collection in eight doors in the spring, and is betting bigger on that business for fall, bringing it into 24 doors.
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Adam Levine was spotted performing on The Today Show in New York wearing a double denim look. He sported a pair of distressed jeans and a Levi’s jacket. Later on in the day Adam opted for the same jacket but changed his jeans for a photo-op. Then later to perform at the VEVO Summer Sets Concert Series. It seems like Adam is a huge fan of the double denim look. We have spotted him wearing the trend a few times now. Also, are any of you readers excited to hear Maroon5′s new album?