True Religion Jeans
Spotted yesterday – Colin Farrell in what appear to be a pair of True Religion Joeys:
Colin Farrell was feeling gray from his fedora to his vest as he landed in London yesterday. The cigarette hanging out of his mouth is not attractive, but we’ll give him a bye after reading his sweet quote in a recent interview about helping to take on Heath Ledger’s role in The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus. When asked about the part he will share with Johnny Depp and Jude Law, Colin said,“It makes me feel uncomfortable to think about it too much and to get into it really here but it’s an incredibly painful honor to have, you know, and an honor I wish wasn’t bestowed but an honor nonetheless. It’s about getting Heath’s work out there, get his work out there, he’s too good for any of his work not to be seen, you know, and I’m really keen and looking forward to doing it and just doing the best job I can do.”
Even bad boy Colin can be humbled from time to time, and it sounds like he’s ready to give the film all he can to do justice to Heath’s memory.”
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
From the Fashion Investor blog, we spotted this today. Do you think this is true or hearsay? And are denim brands like Rock & Republic better off sticking to denim, what they know, instead of trying to expand too quickly? It’s funny that they mention True Religion, because they have also been venturing into handbags, swimwear, etc. recently themselves…
The buzz about Sundance this past week has been about the state of some popular contemporary denim brands. I’m not even remotely a fan of True Religion, one of the sponsors of a swag suite at the festival, but the brand has generally been successfully in selling their core product – upscale denim with new, on-trend variations every six months or so. The gossip around Sundance has been focused on how Rock & Republic has been faring. While their core product is also upscale, on-trend denim, they have been trying to expand into areas with limited success that has allegedly cut dramatically into their cash flow. With handbag prices reaching $950 and shoes reaching $395, and sunglasses like those pictured above for $350, Rock & Republic is pricing the brand much higher than others in the same contemporary market, including L.A.M.B. and Botkier, among others. Read More >
Shocking right?! Here is Miss Spears, at a liquor store in L.A., the day before she actually showed up to her lastest deposition. At least her True Religion jeans are cute – she’s been looking so NOT hot lately. She actually looks a lot better here – maybe she’s lost a few pounds and the outfit is not terrible. But the hair…seriously. What multi-millionaire cannot afford a better looking hair piece than that thing?!
Who can name the style and wash of the jeans? Perhaps they are the Julie skinny cut?