Kristen Stewart was spotted arriving to Nobu Restaurant in New York for a screening of her new movie Welcome to the Riley’s. Kristen was wearing a pair of the Grey Zip Jeans by the brand Artisan de Luxe to the event. I really like these jeans. I think the grey wash is amazing and the ankle-zips are an added bonus.
Kristen is the first person to be spotted wearing Artisan de Luxe out and I think she is the perfect person to showcase it. I don’t think I have ever seen a bad fitting pair of jeans on her. They are always the prefect length and the tightness is always perfect. I also don’t think her style is that bad either. Tons of celebrities wear similar day-to-day outfits. Her’s is just grunge.
Courtney Cox was spotted out to support daughter Coco at her equestrian match in Los Angeles, California. It looks like Courtney and David Arquette separated on good terms. They looked all smiles as they cheered their daughter on. Is it just me or was this break-up such a blind-shot? I never expected them to break apart.
Courtney chose to wear a brand that is getting more and more popular, Sinclair Denim. She chose to wear their Rowan in Stop & Stare. Jennifer Garner was also spotted wearing these jeans before. Other celebs that were spotted were Benjamin McKenzie and Shenae Grimes. Click here to purchase these and more styles by Sinclair jeans at RevolveClothing.
Here is the brand new Look Book for Level 99’s Spring/Summer 2011 collection. The line features lots of their new denim styles including lots of new trouser jeans and shorts with some skinny jeans. What do you think of the new collection? I like some of the skinny jeans!
Levi’s recently premiered their Curve ID line, which is aimed to provide fits that fit a woman’s curve and individual body type. As research for the line, Levi’s heavily researched and polled different women throughout the world. Now, they are taking it to the next step by launching a global community. The brand is attempting to connect women across the world with social media.
The global community, which launched October 18th in the US, UK, and Japan, allows women across the world to connect with Levi’s 20 brand ambassadors. Each of the Levi’s ambassadors is from a different walk of life and background, and will post blogs, videos and tweets on how they achieved their success. Users are also encouraged to create a profile, including their goals and aspirations.
The global director for Women’s marketing notes that the motivation behind this campaign is to appeal to the target audience of 25-29 year olds. As director Mary Alderet explains, “Today young women face more opportunity in their twenties than any other generation of women before them. It’s important we understand their mindset and their cultural and societal impact.” She hopes that the community will become, “a global platform of women coming together to share, inspire, grow and shape their lives.”
You can learn more and sign up for the community at ShapWhat’stocome.com
Article from Independent.com