Jessica Alba, seen with her family at the airport, was wearing her J Brand Ginza Slouchy Cigarette Jeans again. I absolutely love Jessica‘s style from the neck down all the time, but her choice in headwear is just off to me. She wears such odd things on her head, feathery headbands and never quite the right hat. I wish her taste in headwear was as good as her taste in jeans!
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Brooke Shields is still looking as hot as ever wearing Current/Elliott’s Rolled Shorts, but she wears them rolled down. I love these shorts, they are so great to change the look of them a few ways and still be super stylish!
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Kate Bosworth was spotted out walking her gorgeous dog Lila in Hollywood in this fabulous denim dress. Kate 26, also attended a concert at the Hollywood Bowl LA.
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The 70s are making a comeback! First Dittos resurfaced, now Cherokee Inc teamed with Graj + Gustavsen, a branding firm to A. Smile, a popular juniors denim line that had its peak in the 70s. Graj + Gustavsen will work with Cherokee Inc to make the brand relevant to today’s markets.
The brand was founded in 1969 by Robert Margolis, Jay Kester and Stanley Buchthal. Margolis and Kester have rejoined the brand as Chairman and president of the company but Buchthal will not be associated with the relaunch.
The draw of A Smile is it’s status as a counterculture brand, once featuring an ad of a donkey that read “Put a smile on your ass.” The brand felt that so many “counterculture” denim brands were mainstream and it was an ideal climate and market to launch a smaller, lesser known brand.
A Smile is slated to launch in Spring of 2010, in department stores and other retailers. The collection will go back to its roots, focusing on an innovative style, sexy fit and low price point, of around $40. Accessories will also be part of the collection, as the owners hope that A Smile will be both accessible and cutting edge.
Article from wwd.com, Image from Atozbluejeans.com