The second Wrangler Stop Thinking event was held on October 30th 2010. Wrangler challenged four thrill-seekers to take part in a Drag Race at Santapod Raceway, rocketing down the 1/4 mile track in just 8 seconds. This is the latest in a series of adrenaline-fuelled challenges that Wrangler have been hosting. Their Stop Thinking campaign encompasses Wrangler’s brand ethos, encouraging us to throw caution to the wind and run with our instincts.
For Saturday’s Drag Race, Wrangler’s Facebook followers had been asked to guess the activity from a cryptic clue, then to reveal their racing name (eg Bob ‘The Bullet’ Jackson) and finally to explain, why are you in such a hurry? From these answers, four speed demons won their seat in a Drag Car.
Along with having their adrenaline levels dialed up to 11, each seat winner enjoyed full VIP treatment at Santa Pod race track in Northamptonshire and were kitted out in Wrangler’s cool contemporary autumn winter jeans. Wrangler’s next wild event is being prepped now, so stay in touch via the Facebook group.
In an effort to go green(er) Levi’s has announced that they will be launching a more sustainable denim collection. The line will be released in January. The line will be called Water<less. One of the most notable features of the line is that it will use anywhere from 28-96% less water depending on the finish/style. The average pair of jeans currently takes 42 liters of water to create.
The label will be releasing 1.6 million pairs under the Water<Less brand. By the fall, the brand hopes to raise the numbers from this 20% figure. Erik Joule, the VP of Levi’s stated, ““We challenged ourselves to operate at the intersection of style and sustainability. We challenged conventions and asked in which processes we could eliminate or reduce our water use.”
The brand was able to achieve this reduction through methods of combining multiple wet cycle processes into a single one, removed the water from the stonewash process and incorporated ozone processing that helps mimic the effects of water washes.
The Water<Less collection will feature popular styles by Levi’s and, at current price ranges. Levi’s is also in the process of addressing the issues of sustainable cotton and hope to adopt methods for production next year.
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Amanda Ros (R) and Jacqui Getty (L) attended the Vogue and Valentino Celebrate Spring/Summer 2011 Collection Hosted by Jacqui Getty and Gia Coppola, Lisa and Nathlie Love, Kelly and Shane Lynch at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, California. Jacqui is wearing Current/Elliott Skinny Jeans.
Jacqui is a costume designer and was also married to Peter Getty, heir to a oil fortune. The media reports they had a very upsetting divorce. You can buy these jeans here at Singer22.
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Claudia Schiffer strolls through the streets of London. I’m absolutely loving her outfit here. She looks just like Ali McGraw in Love Story! The 70s vibe is huge this season and I think Claudia pulls it off really well. Claudia is wearing a pair of trouser jeans by MiH. She’s wearing the Markkakesh jean in Raw.
If you want to try out the 70s flare or wide leg trend, check out J Brand’s Love Story jean. I have them and love them! Another Great option is Textile by Elizabeth and James, which Kristin Cavallari recently wore. Do you have a favorite 70s style jeans?