Artisan de Luxe has had quite a few visits lately by some reality stars. We last spotted Stephanie Pratt having a a little fun at their store. This time Bachelor Pad stars Tenley Molzahn and Kiptyn Locke were seen having a little fun themselves at their Melrose Avenue store. Artisan de Luxe also has some other great news. They are now on Twitter! You can follow them by clicking here.
Rachel Bilson looks like she is all wrapped up and ready for the colder weather in this outfit. She was seen leaving Carousel Restaurant after having lunch in Glendale, California a couple of days ago. I think this ensemble is a perfect combination for the Autumn and Winter months. The blazer over the sweater adds extra warmth but still gives off the impression of being smart.
Rachel was wearing her Paige Premium Skyline Ankle Peg jeans in Beachwood for the day which she cuffed and paired with cute suede boots. As always, Rachel’s style is one I am very fond of. She definitely knows how to dress! You can buy Rachel’s jeans at Paige Premium for $189.
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Charlize Theron was spotted out shopping in Paris, France wearing Current/Elliott’s legging jeans in Blue Bird wash. These are much like her Black Orchid jeans, but they are CE’s as Jonathan our other blogger found a back shot of her in them to confirm.
Charlize has been busy doing producing work instead of acting; she has bought remake rights to Dutch writer/director Elbert van Strien’s “Two Eyes Staring”. Originally named “Zwart Water” in the Netherlands, she made the buy through her production group Denver & Delilah while currently seeking A-List actors to fill the roles.
The Donna Ida Denim Drive just happened earlier this week and it had a special appearance by Lily Allen. Lily and her sister, Sarah Owen, kindly went to the drive to help promote the partnership with the store as well as their own store, Lucy in Disguise, at the Westfield location. All the jeans that were donated at this event will be donated to the Jeans for Genes cause, which goes toward helping children with genetic disorders. I think this a great cause and I’m happy to see that it had such a great turn-out.