Marion Cotillard was all smiles as she entered the Q & A session at the IFC Center in New York City for her film, Two Days, One Night in New York. The actress wore a pair of the popular R13 Kate Skinny Jeans in Orion Black with a striped sweater and pink pumps.
I love that we have seen these jeans on a few women now and each all have different styles, yet the style suits all of them. It is definitely a style that I can see getting even more popular this year. I wonder who we will see in them next? You can click here to purchase these jeans from SHOPBOP.
Cameron Diaz was snapped while running errands in LA. She’s been busy promoting her latest movie, Annie, in which she plays Miss Hannigan.
Cameron wore her R13 skinny jeans in black with an oversize green jacket and a pair of Isabel Marant boots. It seems like over the past couple of years we’re starting to see more photos of Cameron in denim, when we used to see her almost not at all. I always love seeing her laid back style, and I think her denim choices reflect her style really nicely. You can buy R13 online from Barneys.com.
The low rise skinny is definitely a signature style for R13 and favored by all their fans. Whether it be their Chaps, the Motos or a classic skinny, it’s definitely one that they have done well. As a brand that is not afraid of breaking out of their norm, or the norm in general, they released a new style: the new Alison cut.
The new skinny style is the perfect medium for someone that is not looking to go high or low and just prefers a classic rise. Plus it comes in their timeless worn black washes that can be worn numerous ways. With this new cut, there is no doubt that we will be seeing the brand grow even more in popularity. You can click here to get these jeans now from SHOPBOP.
The pairing of the shorts with the boots is very interesting, but it is Gwen and she makes it work. She can literally wear anything because of the vibe that she just gives off and that vibe is always cool and confident. You can click here to purchase R13 from SHOPBOP.