Rag & Bone Jeans
Courteney Cox was having her make up redone in between takes for Cougar Town while they were on location in Marina Del Rey. I absolutely love Cougar Town! It’s one of my favourite shows but unfortunately the second season hasn’t been shown here at all. I’m not sure when it will be, I hope it’s soon!
Courteney was wearing what seems to be a pair of Rag & Bone skinny jeans in Medium Rinse. She looks great in them with the white tank top and the black wedges. I’m not so sure about the red jacket with it but with the jacket off she looks hot! Are you a fan of Cougar Town? Buy these jeans at Rag & Bone for $180.
Jennifer Garner was seen out and about running some errands in Los Angeles, California wearing a pair of Rag & Bone jeans. I haven’t really seen many people wearing Rag & Bone but they look really nice on her. Jen’s jeans are The Skinny in Dover which she paired with boots and a slouchy maroon coloured top.
I like it when Jen makes more of an effort with her clothes and I am glad she ditched the sneakers for this outfit! These jeans are actually really pretty, the wash is such a deep and strong blue and the fit looks really nice. I think I may need to try these! Buy these jeans at Rag & Bone for $190.
They broke things off back in February, and from the looks of it Stuart Townsend has moved on from Charlize Theron. Stuart was spotted dancing and making out with a mystery woman at the “Love Them and Leave Them” Art Opening at R and R gallery in Los Angeles, California while wearing Rag and Bone jeans.
Image from NYtimes.com
Rag & Bone may be a celeb favorite but designers David Neville and Marcus Wainwright have the average Joe in mind. The factory workers in Micaville, North Carolina faced a unemployment after Levi Strauss began outsourcing to Mexico. Rag & Bone came to the rescue when they enlisted the factory produce their denim line, as well as attracting other apparel retailers such as Helmut Lang, and Gap to the factory. By keeping the work local, the designers felt it would not only help the locals but also insure the craftsmanship and quality they hold standard in their line.
As Marcus Wainwright explains, “We feelÔÇöon a different scale, obviouslyÔÇöthat there’s a certain handcrafted individuality in the clothes that we make. Some of the ladies that sew Rag & Bones clothes are over 60-years-old and have been sewing since they were 18. That shows.”
You can read more about their story and Rag & Bone at Men’s Vogue.