Designer Jean Look Books
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?
Here is the brand new Fall/Winter 2011 Look Book for HA67 Jeans. This Look Book is a little different in the sense that they did a video for it. I have also included some low res images in the gallery of the jeans for those of you who can’t watch the video at the moment. You can read about the new collection below.
“For this collection we did all new branding that focuses mainly on the fact that all of our jeans are made in the USA, this is something people are really finding hard to believe because of the quality and great price point, but yes, completely made in the US! Our new branding – back leather patch with logo engraving and front woven label with a USA Flag is a great touch to add back with the vintage washes we do.”
“We have the Boy Scout – slouchy drop crotch for both men and women (we did this in denim and canvas which was a big eye candy at Project). There is also the Cargo – for men and women in both denim and coated denim. We are offering our men’s slim and jegging for women in a coated fabric which is a top seller for us, the fabric has a great feel and recovery, it’s not waxy at all. Lastly we did our original straight legs in selvage, but again with a twist coated selvage offered in both 5 pocket and the Brett Buckle Back Raw which is another Top seller.”
You can purchase their jeans on their website www.ha-67.com. So what do you think of the new collection?
Here is the brand new men’s and women’s Look Book for Rue De Jeans Summer 2011 collection. The line features a lot of different cuts from skinnies, shorts and flares for the women to relaxed, tapered and cropped for the men. There is an array of washes too, whites and lighter colours as well as really dark shades of blue. Rue De Jeans is a newer brand on the market at the moment. What do you think of their styles?