Celebrity Pictures in Designer Jeans
Jessica Alba was spotted picking up daughter Honor Marie from school last week in Santa Monica, California. When I look at Jessica now she is always just beaming. She just looks so happy during her pregnancy.
She wore a pair of the Mama J by J Brand 3412 Maternity Pencil Leg jeans in Indigo to run around in. I think the color scheme for this outfit is just perfect. The browns go really well with the dark blue and white. Nothing over-powers each other. You can click here to purchase these jeans at RevolveClothing for $187.
Victoria Justice was snapped walking around the Farmer’s Market in Studio City, California with Ryan Rottman a few days ago. They were seen browsing around the Green Garmento booth and decided to have a snack at the apple stand.
Victoria looked very western in a pair of cowboy boots, a plaid flannel shirt, a trucker hat, a graphic tee and a pair of Paige Premium Skyline jeans in Tropics. I love the jeans, I’ve always liked the Tropics wash, it’s very pretty! I can’t say I like the overall outfit though. Buy these jeans online at Revolve for $200.
I noticed that when Nicky Hilton walks her hair is always bouncing. She does have some healthy shiny hair. Nicky wore a pair of the Paige Premium Layne Cargos in Jungle with a Levi’s denim jacket. I have to say, I’m not too much of a fan of the pairing of a denim jacket with cargos. I have always found it to look a bit awkward in my opinion.
Are any of you excited to see Paris Hilton’s new show The World According to Paris? I wonder if Nicky will be making any quick appearances? I know that she usually shies away from being on camera though. Plus, Paris is living in her house. Would you like to see Nicky here and there on Paris’ show? You can click here to purchase these cargos at PaigeUSA for $169 and the Levi’s jacket from their website.
Levi’s has teamed up with Museum of Contemporary Art in Los Angeles to feature artists from their Art in the Streets exhibition. The artists will be designing art work for the back of Levi’s trucker jackets. There will be 10 jackets released overall, each by a different artist with the final jacket being a tribute to the late Keith Haring. The collaboration doesn’t stop there however, at the museum, Levi’s has also established a film center, which will host workshops on film making as well as allow for onsite films to be created and then automatically uploaded to Vimeo. You can view the workshop schedule on the Levi’s website here.
The jackets retail for $250 and 100% of the proceeds with benefit MOCA.