Nick Jonas was spotted leaving a meeting late in February in Los Angeles, California. He looks so good in this outfit! It’s casual but the jacket adds a more smarter touch to it. Nick was wearing his Closed Denim skinny jeans with black shoes, a grey tee and a black blazer. I think this is my favourite outfit I have seen on him!
His shoes remind me a lot of Zac Efron’s choice in footwear too. Like Jonathan mentioned before, I am glad the Jonas Brothers no longer wear the super skinny jeans they used to, it was just not flattering on their thighs at all. If you are going to wear the really skinny, legging style jeans then you need to have really slim legs or it doesn’t work out unfortunately.
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Kourtney Kardashian was seen out shopping in Beverly Hills. She brought baby Mason along with her as she and a unidentified gentleman were out. Over the weekend, Kim was busy attending Elton John’s Oscar Party. Kourtney and Khloe were busy Tweeting about the Oscars for Gilt Groupe.
Emmanuelle Alt made an appearance back in late January at the Gucci/Vogue Paris Dinner in honor of designer Frida Giannini. Emmanuelle wore a pair of jeans from one of her favorite brands, J Brand. This time she chose the Lexington in Shadow. I like that these are a bit looser, like trousers. It gives them a more professional feel, in lack of a better term.
One thing that I love most about Emmanuelle’s style is…she loves low rise jeans/pants. Though these aren’t low, she is wearing them low. She, with her personal style, along with what she consults for, rarely have shown high-rise pairs, if anything their high rises are the standard medium rise of many other brands. I don’t find high-rise unflattering, I just find that you need the body for them otherwise they will shorten the legs. You can click here to purchase J Brand jeans at Singer22.com
Diesel has come out with a new collection of jeans for their brand, the Dirty New Age Denim. Diesel have been using mud and oil and other natural substances to create unique washes for many years now but this time they have taken it a step further. Putting together the development and research of the last 10 years, these washes combine many techniques and heavily introduce the use of natural dirty colors as the next step for Diesel Denim. I love the Darron 8MZ!
They have been studying for ten years and developing to create new shades of dirty denim for you. They combined over six types of treatments, a bleaching process and even a golden brush. Diesel applied the dirt by hand in some instances just to give you a Shade of Rust. Vertical hatching and manual abrasions added to the hype of the 3D whiskering in their new Shades of Stripes. Red cast denim was pressed and given white spots. From that they came up with the new Shade of Chalk. 3D evolution and shadow treatments teamed up with other effects to create shades of mud. Other great washes came about during this denim exploration including Raw Paint and Shades of Foam, Sand, and Linen. Diesel did all of this, just to say… Welcome to the Diesel Denim DIRTY NEW AGE!