As part of the Theory’s Fashion Insider program, celebrities choose 3 looks from the current collection and 10% of the proceeds from the sale of the look go to the cause of the celebs choice. Rashida Jones modeled one of her three looks, which included these adorable light wash denim shorts and checked button-up. Her charities of choice are Peacefirst and Children Mending Hearts, so 10% of every purchase goes directly to them. You can purchase the entire look as well as the other two here. Has anyone tried Theory denim? I love their clothes otherwise but haven’t tried the jeans yet!
Seven for All Mankind’s latest collaboration comes from a unique source, interior design. The brand has recruited Jonathan Adler as their latest collaboration.
The collaboration has been broken down into three themes: deluxe, rustic and pop. Each category has a men and women’s look. Deluxe features a beach theme, while rustic is more earthy and pop is preppier.
The designs will be fun, as the brand’s president of contemporary brands Susan Kellogg suggested, “With Jonathan, he’s just clever and fun,” she said. “Those are all words that resonated with our team and with our brand… I think he lived up to all of our expectations. The whimsy he’s famous for came to everything he touched.”
The collection will launch just in time for summer, on May 12th with a cocktail party in the 7 For All Mankind Soho store. The collection will be priced starting at $90 up to $120 and will be available in the brand’s 30 nationwide stores.
Article and images from WWD.com
Here is the brand new Fall/Winter Look Book for Rich & Skinny. Their collection is all about the cargo pants! I’m in love with the denim ones they have brought out, I can’t wait for those to be available, they are so cute!! They have cargo shorts, regular cargo pants and dropped crotch/baggy pants as well as their classic denim cuts. What do you think of their new styles?