Making the most of their time in Paris, Kanye West and Amber Rose were spotted at the Dior Homme fashion show as part of Paris Menswear Fashion Week. Amber is wearing a hiked up Levi’s denim jacket and denim jeans. Kanye and Amber were more than happy to also show off their furry fashion sense while milling around outside Palais Omnisports de Bercy.
In related news, it seems PETA has taken note of Kanye’s penchant for pelts and has issued a statement condemning his wardrobe choices at Fashion Week. PETA V.P. Dan Mathews told press, “Kanye can’t help making himself look like an idiot, whether at an awards show or a fashion show. He and his girlfriend look like pathetic creatures from a shabby roadside zoo.” With fur coming back into style this season I wonder how many celebs are wearing the real thing or imitations? I have to agree with Dan Mathews from PETA though hahaha Kanye flaunts way too much for my taste!
Lauren Conrad was sighted on Beverly Boulevard in Los Angeles, California wearing her Levi’s Capital E Leggings in Rinse again. Lauren has a new book coming out called “Sweet Little Lies” and she’s going to be writing a third book already called “Sugar and Spice”. Will any of our readers be picking these up? Buy these jeans here from Levi’s.
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Levi’s and Opening Ceremony have teamed up to release a capsule collection for men and women. The collection will be sold on Levi’s.com, the Flagship store and in Opening Ceremony stores.
“Over the last few years, Opening Ceremony has consistently created and celebrated the freshest and most exciting stories in fashion,” said Joshua Katz, head of collaborations, partnerships and creative concepts at Levi’s. “Our collaboration was really built around a shared desire to celebrate our history, not just by revising it, but rather by reinterpreting it in new and interesting ways.”
“We love to work with heritage brands that have a real history and are experts at what they do,” said Humberto Leon, co-founder of Opening Ceremony. “This particular project is exciting because there are so many avenues we can explore as Levi’s has such a vast and rich past.” Because of the strong heritage, the collaboration between the brands will likely be a seasonal occurrence. The Spring 2010 collection will feature pants cut in corduroy fabric, denim jackets and shirts. Each will come in a variety of spring colors, including, fuchsia, teal, lavender, beige, curry, olive, navy or white.
Prices will start at $105 for shorts to $178 for the jackets. The collection will also be sold at Barneys New York, Fred Segal, Joan Shepp, Colette in Paris, and Liberty in London.
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