Recession Denim (Kristen Stewart is a fan) has teamed up with Feed the Children, to help provide food, medicine, clothing and other necessities to individuals, children and families who have suffered greatly across the country due to the recession. Recession Denim recently donated 300 pairs of fleece leggings from the Fall collection, and will also be contributing proceeds from the sales of their denim this Holiday season to Feed The Children’s ‘Truck Sponsorship’, which will give back to the various communities where Recession Denim is sold, by sponsoring a truckload of food, personal hygiene and AVON products to families in need on a local basis.
Daniella Siri, the designer of Recession Denim created a more affordable denim brand because she saw how the struggling economy was not only affecting the people close to her, but also across the United States. By donating a portion of sales proceeds to Feed The Children, she can directly help people of local communities across the country where her jeans are sold.
“The inspiration behind Recession Denim was that an amazing pair of jeans should be available to everyone, regardless of their budget.” says Siri. “I want the women that buy my jeans to feel and look great without paying a fortune. Now when they buy a pair of Recession Jeans, they will also be helping children and families across America who are suffering because of the current economy.’
Lee jeans joins the rankings with Wrangler and Levi’s as one of the great denim originals. This year, Lee returns to the spotlight to celebrate their 100 year anniversary. To celebrate this feat the company is digging into the archives with a new collection. The Lee Original – The Archives, is a limited edition of eight trousers and five jackets. Exact replicas have been made of the company’s most iconic lines.
The company didn’t spare any detail. Including going to Japan to exacting train-spotting specs using the same production techniques, cotton, rivets and tightly woven selvage Cone 818 denim that marked the originals so distinctively.
Click below to see a few of the looks:
I’m sure a bunch of our readers are going on cruises this winter so here is your perfect cruise dress. Make waves in the new Denim Cruise collection from Voom by Joy Han. These nautical inspired dresses feature a suede bustier, full denim skirt and an anchor belt that are perfect for any destination.
Photos Courtesy of Voom PR Rep
Mondo Jeans was established in 1983, in Istanbul, Turkey. In the late 80s they started to sell in south Africa and the Middle East. Years after their success had expanded to Russia, Siberia and Ukraine, in the mid 90s, they started to export to europe and the USA. Today they export to over 40 countries all around the world.
The Mondo collection is sold exclusively in leading, cutting edge High-End stores. The stylish look comes not only from the cut, but also from the special fabric and design. the “high tech” fabrics and the hand made details make their product unique, stylish and comfortable. They draw their inspiration from young people and their lifestyles. Combining this with the strong European flavor of its origins, their fashion lies in its contrasting yet complementary features. Mondo men are individualists who know how to get the most out of life and see clothes as an expression of their personality and lifestyle. They produce shirts, jeans, pants, long-sleeve T-shirts, T-shirts, sweaters, jackets, blazers and other accessories.