Oh how I lust for a pair of these. Especially the suede khaki pair that Kate Moss loves so much. They give a cool to everyone who wears them no matter who you are. Well maybe depending who you are.
This time we spotted Russell Brand wearing Balmain. He chose to wear a black pair of their motorcycle jeans as he exited his hotel in New York. This look is a nice change to what we are used to seeing Russell in. His jeans are much looser. I wonder if he was contemplating between getting a pair from the women’s or the men’s collection?
We see the celebs wear so many different outfits, we thought it would be fun if our readers got to pick their favorite! Here are all the various outfits we have blogged Kate Moss in and please vote for your favorite! We mean your favorite by her head to toe outfit, not just her jeans! What do you think she looks best in? (Note: if you like these blogs, they are published on Mondays, so you can keep your eye out for them!)
If you hover your mouse over the pictures they each have a number assigned to them for the poll.
Channing Tatum was spotted on his way into a building in Beverly Hills, California. He was wearing a pair of jeans from one of his favorite brands, AG Adriano Goldschmied. He chose to wear the Protege in Shitake Picasso for the business meeting.
I’m happy to see that more celebrities are starting to wear grey denim. Before it was usually only Kate Moss that we would spot in the shade, but now we have spotted many people from Ashlee Simpson to Orlando Bloom in the color. Click here to purchase these jeans from AGJeans for $168.
Kate Moss was spotted out to lunch at Cipriani’s restaurant with her mother Linda in London wearing her Balmain jeans again. They also spent some quality Mommy-Daughter time at the Burlington Arcade for some shopping.
Kate is very close to inking a deal with Christian Dior lipsticks to become the brand’s new face. Kate and John Galliano of Dior have been friends for a long time, and it’s thought to be only a matter of time before the partnership is official. I really am amazed by many brands’ choice to have “older” models and actresses represent them now, it used to be all young (13 to 20 year olds) faces all the time, but now brands seem to finally recognize a women’s beauty at any age.