Mila Kunis shields herself from the Paparazzi as she heads into a local gas station to pick up some cigarettes. She recently discussed her role in Black Swan and its physical demands. She explained to W magazine “I trained for four months, seven days a week, five hours a day. I had one day off on my birthday.” She also lost 20 lbs, tore ligaments and wound up with a scar on her back!
Mila wore a pair of American Eagle distressed skinny jeans, a sweatshirt and flats. She’s wearing American Eagle’s Jegging in Super Dark destroyed. Mila looks like she’s enjoying a break from the demands of promoting the film! You can buy Mila’s jeggings and other American Eagle jeans at AE.com.
Doesn’t Rachel Bilson look amazing here?! Probably the best I have ever seen her. She was spotted leaving a business meeting in West Hollywood, California. It looks like the meeting turned out great. Rachel was all smiles as she left the building. Rachel chose to wear a pair of black jeans from her favorite brand, Siwy. The studded Burberry bag seems to be the “It” bag of the moment. Many other celebs have been caught carrying the new style.
I never knew this, but Rachel is still designing for her Edie Rose line. I always thought that it was a one-time thing that she was doing with DKNY, but she is expanding it. The line will now include homeware. She says this line will be vintage inspired. I’m interested in seeing how it turns out. We don’t usually hear many celebs come out with a homeware collection. Well…besides Martha Stewart. You can click here to purchase Siwy jeans at Singer22.
Here is a look at the new Fall/Winter 2011 4 Stroke Collection for the men. Many of the styles were kept clean with some distressed ones here and there. There were also some denim jackets in this collection as well.
4 Stroke was actually a brand that never got my attention before, but it has definitely grabbed it this time with this collection. I love how clean the jeans look. No design at all on the pockets and great dark washes (though in black and white, still amazing material). Overall, I think this is a great collection and one that I would love to try out.
The HL Jeans co Spring/Summer 11 collection has just landed on their website and they have some great styles! For Spring/Summer 11 HL Jeans Co has been crafted to capture a new level of sophistication through fabric use and development techniques. The collection has a preppy feel expressed through clean lines and bright colours, balanced with bespoke washes.
HL Jeans Co has extended the leg wear offering for this season, with the introduction of heavy weight Premium Red Selvedge denim. Available in a straight fit the Red Selvedge range features the new look HL Jeans Co branded rivets and vintage copper shanks generating a look that is key for spring 11. Denim is at the core of HL Jeans Co brand and this season has seen the collection innovate and grow to now offer a variety of washes including dirty, vintage and bleached options. This season also sees the introduction of the carrot fit style in the form of ÔÇÿRiley’ which will sit beside the existing fits including the slim fit ÔÇÿVincent’ and ÔÇÿKendall’, straight leg ÔÇÿLongport’, and ÔÇÿLeighton’. The new HL Jeans Co double stitch detailing on the back pocket will also cross over to spring 11, adding a more stylised, fashion forward look.
Spring/Summer has also seen the inclusion of more formal leg wear into the brand portfolio as HL Jeans Co has produced a range of a traditional styled chinos in tones such as ÔÇÿFrench Navy’ and ÔÇÿRope Khaki’ a choice of hues that allow the wearer to build complimenting looks together with ease. Khaki also extends to shorts as HL Jeans Co introduces ÔÇÿDavenport’, in a variety of colours, including Paloma Grey, Preppy Yellow and Barely Pink, off set with checked lining on the hem highlighting the quality and attention to detailing that is the signature of HL Jeans Co.
The Spring/Summer 11 collection reflects the energetic, confident, traditional and yet fashion forward direction of HL Jeans Co. The addition of the new look leather brand logo illustrates an understated tone, whilst additional design features represent all that is eccentric in British style and yet still recognises the HL Jeans Co nautical legacy, bringing character and identity to the collection.