Sienna Miller was spotted taking a walk along Bondi Beach in Sydney, Australia wearing Topshop Acid wash skinny jeans. Miss Miller, who’s in town to promote her latest movie “Hippie Hippie Shake,” recently told press that her current lack of a love life is for the benefit of her career. Now why do I find that hilarious?
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You can’t buy much for under $100 when it comes to clothes, especially denim. However, Armani Exchange just launched a new premium denim line for men and women. The brand has released a variety of styles, washes and cuts. For women, there is skinny, boot cut and straight leg. You can choose from dark, light or distressed styles. They also come in short and regular lengths, so you don’t have to worry about hemming! For men, they offer boot cut, straight leg, slim and relaxed cuts, with the same washes offered in women’s cuts. Both collections give hand washing, appliques, leather patches, and grommets. The best part, is they start at $98.oo! If you’re not convinced, go check them out, they’re currently offering $20 off any purchase over $100 between July 30-August 15th.
You can check out their website at armaniexchange.com
There were lots of performers wearing some hot (and not so hot) looking denim at T4 on the beach at Weston-Super-Mare, England. Taio Cruz looks to be wearing Dior Homme jeans, while Dizzy Rascal looks like he’s wearing Red Monkey jeans. Basement Jaxx is wearing some interesting looking white jeans, but I can’t say the same for Dan Smith of The Noisettes, his white jeans are at least 1 size too small and quite a few inches too short *shudder*… Peter Andre was there as well looking smoking hot as usual, but I’m not sure what jeans he is wearing.
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President Barack Obama wore a pair of Levi Red Tab 501 Jeans as he took to the pitcher’s mound to throw out the first pitch of the Major League Baseball All-Star Game in St. Louis. Did you ever expect to see Obama in a pair of Levi’s?
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