Seven For All Mankind Jeans
Minka Kelly stopped by Fuse’s The Sauce on February 6, to promote the final new episode of Friday Night Lights. Minka wore a pair of 7 for All Mankind Ginger Wide Leg jeans.
March’s issue of Marie Claire magazine featured denim as a key trend for Spring ’08. This is definitely a trend we can agree on! Vests, dresses, jackets, skirts and pants- all in denim. From high-end designer brands like Chanel and Dior to our favorites like Rock & Republic and 7 For All Mankind, denim is in!
We tried our best to scan our copy of this month’s Lucky Magazine to show you 7 for All Mankind‘s new ad showcasing not only their denim, but their full line of boots, handbags and more. Forgive us for the seam down the middle that doesn’t quite match up – small scanner. What do you think of their new stuff? You can view their full collection at the 7 for All Mankind online store and while you are there, be sure to check out their fit guide. We have to say, for denim companies that have been diversifying into other products, 7 for All Mankind seems to be one that we really like some of their other items. Loving the big slouchy hobo handbags and their cute silky tops.
We posted previously about the men’s True Religion ad, now check out the latest ad in this month’s Lucky from True Religion. We don’t know about you – but this ad makes us want a pair of whatever she’s wearing! Who can name the cut and wash first?
Speaking of True Religion, did you know their much anticipated accessories line is now available in their online store? They also have a sign up form for the Leyla handbag so that you can be notified as soon as it’s available. Shown below, it comes in a variety of colors. Our only complaint is that they seem to be quite expensive compared to 7 for All Mankind’s handbags which run a good $300 less for a similar sized bag. Will you be buying a new bag from either denim company this season based on these styles?
Above: True Religion Leyla Bag – $878
Above: 7 For All Mankind Sahara Satchel – $475