Italian denim company Onvis has teamed up with DenimBlog to give you 20% off their “TRUESTORIES” jeans. How great is that? Just enter the code “DB21″ at the checkout and there you have it, your discount on premium denim! Also, the code is valid until June, which makes it even better. Have you heard of a discount code that will last that long? Click here to buy your jeans now.
Schultz jeans are a brand of denim that encorporate a belt within the jeans. It saves you from having to wear a belt all the time to keep your jeans up. You can read about their brand below. They are also currently working on their new women’s line.
It’s the end of the belt as we know it…
Thanks to the revolutionary new Schultz strap*, there’s a whole new way of wearing jeans. If you like your jeans low-slung or even open at the fly, the Schultz strap keeps your jeans on and your hands free from constantly hitching them up. Designed to replace the traditional belt, the Schultz strap can be worn on the back or front of the jeans.
Two buttons on each side of the jeans on the rear waistband ‘cinch’ in the waist for a comfortable, belt-like snug fit. Worn at the front on the inside of the jeans, the Schultz strap gives sufficient support to even allow you to wear your Schultz jeans with the fly open, displaying your new designer Schultz underwear (and anything else you may feel like showing off!)
All Schultz jeans come with two straps. They’re interchangeable and even upgradeable! We’ll be introducing new designs constantly so you can change the whole look of your Schultz jeans by simply purchasing a new Schultz strap.
There’s a unique range of Schultz designer underwear on the way too. Designed with a modern attitude in mind, the underwear features a range of slogans that can reflect your mood of the day!
All in all, Schultz is about wearing great looking clothes with a point of difference. Be a trend setter rather than a follower; have something to say and say it with attitude!
Gap has been upping their game when it comes to their premium denim collection. Recently, the brand launched their 1969 Premium denim collection, which features trendy premium denim, at a lower price point. Gap is now expanding this line, to kids.
The 1969 collection will expand to make styles in lightweight denim for 0-24 month olds. The line will keep focus on mobility, fabric quality, while still keeping in mind the trend factor.
The styles include, 5 pocket jeans, overalls, denim skirts and denim jackets. The price point, however, will range from $19.50-29.50.
The collection is now available online and will be available in stores. Gap plans to add pieces to the collection and expand it to Toddlers and Kids by fall.
Unfortunately one of Britain’s most successful and loved fashion designers, Alexander McQueen has been found dead after commiting suicide at his home in London this morning (11th February). He was pronounced dead at the scene. His mother passed away last week and it was a really hard time for him. This is such a tragic loss. His clothes were worn by so many people and he was so well respected in the fashion industry. Rihanna and Lindsay Lohan were the most recent celebs to have worn his clothes that we have blogged. I’m really upset. I wanted to make this post into a tribute post showcasing his collection that he showed at Mercedes Benze Fashion Week in Italy last month in January. He made marble coloured fabrics and balaclavas really big on the catwalk and I was excited to see what else he would bring out.
Alexander has also been named fashion designer of the year four times since 1996 and has been awarded a CBE. He succeeded John Galliano at Givenchy before becoming Creative Director at Gucci. His success as a designer continued in 2007 when he launched his own label.
My heart goes out to his family and he will be greatly missed in the wonderful world of fashion. Please check out the gallery below to see some of his collection.