Jennifer Aniston was spotted at Heathrow Airport in London, England wearing Current/Elliott Jeans. Jennifer was headed back to the States after spending the Thanksgiving weekend in Marrakesh, Morocco at the grand re-opening of the La Mamounia hotel. Jennifer always has classic great style! Buy these jeans at Singer22.
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Khloe Kardashian got papped at a beauty salon getting her nails done in Beverly Hills, California. She was wearing 7 For All Mankind’s Roxanne skinny jeans in Super Vintage Nakita wash. We recently saw these jeans on Teri Hatcher and I love them. 7 For All Mankind really seems to be making a huge turn around the past couple of seasons and are right on trend with their styles. Buy these jeans at Revolve for $225.
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Fashion maven Victoria Beckham, has been spotted out in her own denim creations and next summer, you’ll be able to wear them too. She is relaunching her denim line, capsule collection slated to debut next summer. The line formerly known as DVB will now just be “Victoria Beckham Denim.” The collection will feature nude and denim colored jeans that fit like leggings. They will also have embellishments of studs, black layers and turquoise tones. The collection will start at $225.
Check out a preview below:
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Here is an interesting denim brand for our male readers.
Edwin – an anagram of D, E, N, I, M (reversing the M creating a W) was founded in Tokyo, by Mr Tsunemi, 1947 in response to the expensive and poor quality denim domestically available in Japan at the time. Driven to create his own denims, Mr Tsunemi placed emphasis on sophistication in fits, washes and quality and from this point on quality, craftsmanship, innovation and integrity have been fundamental to the identity and aesthetic of the Edwin brand.
In the 1990’s Edwin created the ‘new vintage’ denim concept, which encompasses the subtle beauty of hand replicating vintage washes from archive references pre-dating 1947. Made in Japan from red selvage denim, all wear and detailing is done by hand and each style is limited to only 150 pairs worldwide! Having such a limited amount available to buy really makes these jeans more unique and special. The brand features raw jeans, distressed jeans, skinny fits and relaxed fits and even styles with suspenders. I think this brand is worth a try guys.
The collection is available to buy at Coggles.com by clicking here.