Wrangler decided to do something a bit different for their new Spring 2011 Blue Bell collection. They decided to shoot a short film for it. The film takes place at the Ace Hotel Palm Springs, California and stars model Tony Ward.
Wrangler also gives you a choice on what you want to see. They shot two parallels of Tony Ward’s past, one featured forward and the other backwards. You can choose between seeing both simultaneously or prefer seeing more of one perspective over the other. You can see one of the takes above and see some snapshots below.
Wrangler has just launched their new Spring/Summer 2011 “Stunt” campaign. It features stuntmen performing some pretty gruesome stunts, like jumping through a second story window, avoiding an explosion, falling through glass, and running down a street on fire.
Also featured in the post are some behind-the-scenes shots and the launch party of the campaign. I think this campaign depicts the Wrangler man perfectly. Someone who has no fear in the world. What do you readers think of the new campaign?
Pixie Lott was seen arriving at LAX Airport in Los Angeles, California last week. She looked cute and comfortable, perfect for traveling! Pixie was wearing a Wrangler denim waistcoat which is part of their Spring/Summer 2011 collection and will be available from Topshop or ASOS for ┬ú85 in March.
I like that the waistcoat/vest is a really pale shade of light blue, it makes a change to the normal medium or dark blue we often see. I’m not so sure on the shoes with the outfit but they definitely match Pixie’s style. I didn’t think the waistcoat would look good paired with sweat pants either, but I was suprised to see it does.
Wrangler held an event at The Northern Pub in Manchester, England for Turkey Day. At the event celebs such as Brooke Vincent, Jody Latham, Marlon McKenzie, and Bez all came down to check out what Wrangler had to offer and for some of the free Wild Turkey Whisky cocktails.
At the event guest were able to browse through the Autumn/Winter Collection while listening the live acoustic versions of Kid British. This was a the last of the “Local Heroes” events held by Wrangler. They also took over Whisky Mist in London as well as Mahiki in London and Dublin. How many of you readers attended any of the Wrangler parties?