Megan Fox looked cute in her Current/Elliott Slouchy Cropped jeans as she visits Brian Austin Green’s son Kassius at school in L.A. Word on the street is that Megan and Brian recently called off their engagement but the split is amicable and the two are remaining friends. That’s right boys, the Fox is SINGLE!
By the way, Megan was just spotted in her Current/Elliotts the other day. I like this cut a little better than the super baggy boyfriend style.
Images courtesy of justjared.com and celebutopia.net
MAJOR BWA HA HA HA HA HA’s ahead. Prepare to spit whatever you are drinking.
I have a confession. I hate the 1980s.
Born in the middle of the decade I’m too young to remember any of its culture, instead preferring endless memories of Thomas The Tank Engine. That may be a lie actually, I do remember part of the culture. I remember perms. I remember mullets. I remember a plethora of crimes committed against my young eyes by baby boomers who should have known better (though that generation aren’t exactly known for getting anything right). And amongst those heinous crimes which aided the development of my acute sense of loathing all things 80′s is double denim.
Which brings me to some terrible news dear readers: double denim is back.
But there’s hope. There’s hope that we’ve caught it soon enough. There’s hope that we can show people the error of their ways before double denim spreads. And Fashionising.com is going to lead the charge: normally fully behind the majority of fashion trends and micro-trends, we’re labelling the double denim fashion trend the major faux pas amongst all of 2009′s fashion trends and 2010′s fashion trends.
I fear its true – double denim IS back. Even in the new True Religion magazine ads, you’ll see denim jackets paired with jeans or shorts. What’s your take on the new trend?
J Brand was co-founded by denim manufacturer Jeff Rudes and former stylist Susie Crippin. After being in the denim industry since the 70s with his own denim line Paris 2000, Jeff decided to branch out and he partnered with Ron Herman, Adriano Goldschmied and Abercrombie & Fitch. After working with denim for so long he decided it was time to focus his passion on creating his own line, J Brand. Susie used to dress celebrities, as well as do editorial features in magazines such as Vanity Fair, InStyle, and others, and also created international advertising campaigns for Levi’s and Puma. With the combination of Jeff and Susie’s knowledge of denim, they brought J Brand to life.
J Brand is all about having great fits and classic timeless washes that women would feel great wearing. The brand was first released as an exclusive at Ron Herman’s Melrose Jeans Bar in Spring 2005. They had a huge success and were one of the first American-made, premium denim brands to dive into the skinny/straight leg jeans market. While keeping up with the trends, they then introduced the wide leg jean, steering them away from their classic skinny jeans. The new styles have been a huge hit with celebrities and magazines such as Vogue.
In May 2007, J Brand then launched a maternity line – Mama J, with unique design features not seen before in the maternity jeans market. Then in July 2007, they introduced a line for girls – J Girl, in sizes 7 – 14. In 2008 J Brand introduced its mens line – J Brand Denim Co. The line reflects modern basics with a vintage look, J Brand Denim Co. is carried in major stores such as Barney’s, Bloomingdale’s and more. Green Label is also a new line by J Brand, which features only 100% organic cotton grown in certified organic fields with a sustainable textile production, completely free from pesticides. Finally, they have also released this year Blue Label - a line of denim for the more curvy figure, giving more room in the legs and a waist band that hugs the body’s natural shape.
Images courtesy of revolveclothing.com