Gossip Girl is back and so is Georgina! Michelle Trachtenberg wears a pair of J Brand “912″ Pencil Leg torn knee jean in dark vintage, while on the set of Gossip Girl. I wonder if she’s in character or not? Either way, these jeans are bound to be hot.
Levi’s has been one the most trusted names in denim and has been around for nearly a century. This fall, Levi’s has chosen to celebrate one of its most trusted partnerships, one that has been fundamental for the growth of the brand, by launching the XX 501 Cone collection. In 1915, Cone became the fabric supplier for Levi’s 501 and continues into present day. The idea behind the collection was staying true to the fabric, which would appeal to the fit which made Levi’s so famous.
The collection will feature lightweight fabric that was specially developed for Levi’s. It will also feature the “Homer” style, which was a fit from 1915, which was named for the original owner. The jeans will also feature exposed rivets, cinched back, two pockets, suspender buttons, leather horse patch. Purchase a pair and you’ll also receive a celebratory shoulder bag.
My jaw dropped when I see this pic! Finally a celeb in R&Rs, we haven’t seen any celebs wear Rock & Republic in a while now! British Open golf champion Stewart Cink holds the Claret Jug trophy as he visits “Late Show with David Letterman” at the Ed Sullivan Theater in New York City. I think R&R has dropped out for the ladies, I have heard so many complaints about the fit of R&Rs. Seems like R&R is going stronger for the males now.
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Jude Law was spotted for the second time wearing his Dior Homme jeans. Yet again he was leaving the Wyndhams theater in London and headed into a swarm of awaiting ladies. Must be great to be a guy and have ladies at your feet everywhere you go! Apparently he’s been spending a bit of time with Cameron Diaz as she is in London too. I can’t wait to go to London in a couple of weeks, I just hate that 2 hour train ride! Jude is looking great though.
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