Reality show star Bethenny Frankel makes time to attend to her promotional duties for Pepperidge Farm breads. She wore a pair of J Brand skinny jeans, which she paired with tall boots and a suede jacket.
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As seen on the cover of this month’s issue of Shape Magazine, Jennifer Love Hewitt loves her PRVCY Premium denim. Looking fit and happy, the actress chose her own favourite pair of PRVCY jeans and a simple white tank to show off her curves. Jennifer also appeared in OK Weekly Magazine’s “How To Live Like…” section which proclaimed PRVCY Premium her “Go-to Denim”. The Ghost Whisperer star is so partial to the brand that she asked the wardrobe department on set to buy several pairs for her character to wear on the show. Even her boyfriend Jamie Kennedy, recently spotted wearing jeans from PRVCY’s men’s line, has also become a fan. Just right click and view image on the OK feature to read it in high res. Looks like Jen found her favourite jeans that flatter her figure perfectly and are for a good cause as they support breast cancer charity’s.
Seen in Los Angeles over the weekend sporting a new red hair color, Ali Larter showed off her toned legs in Black Orchid’s Black Star Mini Shorts in meteor wash. The star makes the perfect transition into fall by pairing the denim shorts with fall’s essential boots and a lightweight scarf. Other fans of the line include Christina Ricci, Fergie, Paris Hilton, Jessica Alba, Lindsay Lohan, Miley Cyrus, AnnaLynne McCord, Shenae Grimes, Demi Moore, Katherine Heigl, and Halle Berry. You can buy these Black Star mini shorts for only $75 at Singer22.
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There is a brand new denim brand on the market right now called Denim Junkie. It is just launching so DenimBlog got the chance to interview the brand to find out more about it. They design shirts, sweaters and T-Shirts as well as hot jeans and shorts. Continue reading for the interview and images of their collection.
DB: So your brand is fresh and new and I love it, why did you decide to create Denim Junkie?
I feel the market has been saturated with overpriced premium denim and there was a calling for a fun, gruesome, reasonably priced and still, PREMIUM denim line. Ultimately, being different and fashion forward shouldn’t be so pricey in my opinion.
DB: What inspired you the most when creating your brand?
Pop culture. I definitely think of myself as a total pop culture junkie. henceforth the name denim junkie, which be warned, i am that as well. Though by no means does this make me a snob.
DB: Do you have a favourite cut you have designed?
Yes, the darker washes of the men’s straight leg are so classic and the blue is vibrant.
DB: How many pairs of jeans do you own?
I own a warehouse full of them, I’ll have the guys count em up. It’s a little pathetic really. But what is passion sans abundance?
DB: What is your collection about?
It’s about my devotion to rock and roll meets rock and roll films and the art involved and forgotten with time. Take album artwork
alone for instance, the art is simply classic to me now, masterpieces. I think the collection is very much about the colors and themes throughout album and old movie poster artwork.
DB: Are there any new trends coming out next season that we should be keeping an eye out for?
Well absolutely! But I’m not a boy who likes to share my secrets. I do think however that flowers will be big ( pssshh, distracting you so you don’t ever find out what i’m thinking).
DB: The boyfriend jeans trend has been a huge hit this season, will we be seeing anymore of this trend from you?
Ich don’t think so. I think the boyfriend finally dumped the girlfriend. And the girlfriend wants to flaunt her goods allover again.
DB: What is the best feature of a Denim Junkie jean (fit, wash, pockets etc)?
The trims. The artwork creates an ambiance and sense of horror and fun colors that make the denim all the more vivid and different.
DB: We all love denim, but what is it that makes denim so important to you?
I think it’s a pivotal piece of garment that has shaped and changed all of fashion for the masses drastically. It has replaced so much of what we once knew as elegant, edgy, sexy, beautiful, relaxed etc… it can take on so many roles. I find that alone, amazing.
DB: What are your denim predictions for next season?
A little splash of retro will make an appearance for some.
DB: Can you tell us a bit more about your brand?
Yes. I like to describe it as a Japanese monster Americana.
DB: What makes your brand so different from the others out there?
I haven’t seen this horror and Americana fusion before. I think it’s a fun and refreshing marriage.
DB: Lastly is there anything else you would like to add that we haven’t asked you?
yes, for people to get ready to ride the big wave of denim junkie that is about to hit them. It won’t hurt, it will only make them look cooler. Thanks.