Back at the very end of August, for the Labor Day weekend, American Eagle Outfitters celebrated being the official fashion partner for the Budweiser Made In America music festival in Los Angeles and Philadelphia. In Los Angeles, Jamie Chung and her fiancé Bryan Greenberg wore American Eagle while taking selfies, with their AEO branded selfie sticks, while riding from stage-to-stage in an American Eagle golf cart. Chloe Bridges was spotted showing off her #AEOStyle in Philadelphia too!
Kanye West, Iggy Azalea, Imagine Dragons, Kings of Leon and Rita Ora performed while famed style bloggers The Native Fox, Trop Rouge, Something Navy, Neon Blush, Scout Sixteen and NYCPretty joined the festival fun, taking in their favorite music performances while sporting the latest Festival Shortie and Sky High denim styles, paired with other signature looks from American Eagle’s fall collection
Festival creator Jay-Z and wife Beyonce, Kim Kardashian, Khloe Kardashian, Kylie Jenner, Jaden Smith, actors Kellan Lutz, Chloe Grace Moretz, Minka Kelly, Michael B. Jordan, Scott Porter, Josh Henderson, musicians Travie McCoy, Ryan Cabrera and athlete Mark Sanchez also attended the Budweiser Made in America music festival and celebrated the best in American music featuring today’s most diverse live performers including Pharrell Williams, The National, Kendrick Lamar, Chromeo, Steve Aoki and countless others. Why not check out the photos in the gallery below!
How amazing does Nina Dobrev look here? That was my first thought when I saw these photos of her out and about in New York City a couple of weeks ago.
Nina wore a pair of the American Eagle Outfitters Hi-Rise Festival Shorties which she paired with a lighter wash denim shirt. I think the dark contrast of the black top underneath is really nice and I am obsessed with those ankle boots she has on, not to mention the amazing Rag & Bone bag she’s carrying! She looks fantastic doesn’t she?
Images courtesy of INFdaily.com.
We don’t see too many guys out in colored or even khaki washes, but I like that Robert chose this lighter wash. I think the addition of the leather jacket and the sneakers keep the wash from looking too traditional or “preppy.” Hopefully we’ll see more male celebrities trying colored jeans out for press events.