Ed Westwick was spotted heading to the set of “Gossip Girl” in New York City wearing Levi’s Jeans. The Chuck Bass stud and his Blair Waldorf co-star chatted while looking through their scripts before taking to their respective trailers to get ready for the day’s shoot. It is rumored that he will share a “gay” kiss in the next season of “Gossip Girl”…
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Sarah Jessica Parker and Cynthia Nixon both wore two of the season’s latest denim trends (really would we expect anything less from the SATC girls?) Sarah Jessica Parker wore a pair of high waist jeans, while Cynthia Nixon wore a pair of white boot cuts! Sarah Jessica also wore a pair of white jeans, to film a retro scene (maybe a flashback?) Who else is excited for the sequel?
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After it’s founding almost 40 years ago, Gap still remains an iconic brand. To celebrate its history, the brand is launching a concept Gap1969 concept store on Carnaby street.
In true Gap style, the store will be open for 19 days and 69 hours. The three story store will feature strictly limited washes and styles, 69 of each, that will be numbered and stamped.
The store will also feature designs from Ed Hardy, Albertus Swanepoel and photographer Garance Dore, who will host the debut of Pharell William’s collection.
Music has always been an integral part of Gap’s history, and the concept store will be no different. Many different breakthrough artists will be playing but opening day will kick off with VV Brown followed by Taio Cruz.
On opening day you will be able to purchase limited edition, Gap
J Brand seems to be everywhere these days and now is making its way to LA. The brand has teamed with LA designer, Henry Duarte to release a capsule collection. The collection will feature three low rise skinny styles, that were based off of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust.
Similar to the TopShop and Hussein Chalayan campaigns, co-founder Jeff Rudes expresses these collaborations are an effort to keep the customer intrigued. He stated, “Knowing we wanted to do a rocker and biker chic story for early spring, we thought Henry would be a natural. It’s also a chance to bring some new customers into the fold because he has such a following”
In addition, Duarte elaborated that he wanted to “combine my signature details with the simplicity that J Brand is known for, while keeping the jeans wearable and affordable,”
The line will feature three styles, the Raygun style, in indigo with a shiny spray tint wash, features exposed zippers with custom pulls and seaming and topstitching with a Space Age feel. The Ziggy has handmade hardware, zipper accents and a soft black wash. The Suffragette is a take on Duarte’s signature lace-up front jeans with a pigment rub wash.
Prices will begin at $250 a pair and will initially be sold at Coterie in NYC but hit more mainstream U.S. stores like Bergdorf Goodman and Barney’s in December. They should be available worldwide early next year.
Images and article from WWD.com