Lea Michele of “Glee” performed Live at the Gibson Amphitheatre in Universal City, California wearing J Brand jeans. The 23 year old actress is getting better known now that she has been performing in “Glee”. Hopefully we get to see more of her in some larger productions.
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Here is the Fall 2010 Look Book for the gorgeous brand Siwy. How many cute jeans are there in these pics?! I’m really liking the boyfriend skinny, the new distressed washes, the flared bottom jean and the creative zippers and abstract washes. Michelle has done an amazing job with this new collection! Lots of these are now going on my ever growing wish list! What do you think of the new styles? One thing I love about Siwy Look Books is the creativeness of the props, they are always full of flowers, fabric, bows and interesting objects. I think that makes them much more appealing. It’s always nice to add splashes of colour to denim.
Kourtney Kardashian was spotted going to a meeting with son Mason wearing a pair of OTR Essential Skinny jeans in Rainy Day. Wow! Kourtney looks great here, she looks as she looked before she was pregnant. You can read below to get some more information about the new brand OTR and gives us your thoughts on it.
OTR, which is short for Off The Record, is the new lower priced denim line by the founders of Anlo. Seeing that Anlo is still going strong, Founders Jenna Andreola Lonstein and David Lonstein found that there was no need to lower the price points of the brand. Instead they chose the alternative option of starting a new brand all together. After seeing the success of their Anlo denim leggings, the Lonsteins believed that the price point was a major factor of the success. It was a no brainer that a lower priced line was an option in these economic times.
Having many other brands also behind this thought. The Loinsteins believe that it is possible to produce premium denim at a low price range. The line will be available in the fall with prices ranging for $95 – $136. You can read some more on OTR by clicking on the article below.