What were they thinking?!
Britney’s ex, rapper and “Father of the Year”, Kevin Federline, may be adding designer to the list.
The father of four recently announced his plans to start his own fashion line, for kids. His main goal, he states is the economy, “You buy your kids a pair of True Religion’s, then they roll around in the dirt like kids do and a $200 pair of jeans is gone.”
The rest of the article is here.
Wow, celebrities (or wannabes) want to save money, just like us. Maybe his alimony is running out.
At least it won’t be another overpriced “celebrity” line.
MAJOR BWA HA HA HA HA HA’s ahead. Prepare to spit whatever you are drinking.
I have a confession. I hate the 1980s.
Born in the middle of the decade I’m too young to remember any of its culture, instead preferring endless memories of Thomas The Tank Engine. That may be a lie actually, I do remember part of the culture. I remember perms. I remember mullets. I remember a plethora of crimes committed against my young eyes by baby boomers who should have known better (though that generation aren’t exactly known for getting anything right). And amongst those heinous crimes which aided the development of my acute sense of loathing all things 80’s is double denim.
Which brings me to some terrible news dear readers: double denim is back.
But there’s hope. There’s hope that we’ve caught it soon enough. There’s hope that we can show people the error of their ways before double denim spreads. And Fashionising.com is going to lead the charge: normally fully behind the majority of fashion trends and micro-trends, we’re labelling the double denim fashion trend the major faux pas amongst all of 2009’s fashion trends and 2010’s fashion trends.
I fear its true – double denim IS back. Even in the new True Religion magazine ads, you’ll see denim jackets paired with jeans or shorts. What’s your take on the new trend?
From Josh Spear:
Leave it to the Dutch to do something completely different. Denim manufacture Glue Jeans does just what their company name implies: instead of stitching the denim together, they’ve glued it with a super holding glue. What seems like a cleaver gimmick actually looks really cool. Raw denim next to the heavy lines of red glue gives it a sharp look. It’s different enough to turn heads, but subtle enough to leave people wondering. Glue Jeans has tested their product’s durability for the past two years.
Glue Jeans are definitely original… but they are also U-G-L-Y!
Remember when this was as ugly as you thought jeans got? Well… I am sorry to inform you all…I have a lot worse after the jump.
Disclaimer: Be afraid, very very afraid. It gets MUCH MUCH MUCH worse after the jump!!
those are attached…… :S