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Hilary Duff and her sister Haylie Duff were on their way to a concert in Los Angeles, California a few days ago. Hilary was wearing her J Brand 901 leggings in Bridgade which she paired with a gorgeous pair of boots, a casual tee and a long cardigan with an oversize bag.
I’m still really undecided about these jeans. I can’t make my mind up if I like the fact that they are camo print and waxed at the same time. Hilary seems to wear them well though and J Brand always has that amazing fit. Buy these jeans at Boutique To You for $165.
Miley Cyrus looked happy to see the paps as she left Panera Bread with a friend in Studio City, California after having some lunch last week. I was wondering what these jeans were for a while and we decided on the J Brand Duarte jeans, which we confirmed with J Brand, and they are!
Miley’s jeans are the J Brand Duarte Suffagette lace up jeans in Minx wash. Miley’s style is really changing as the months go by, she’s really got a unique look now. Did any of you catch Miley’s EMA performance? I thought she did really well! You can buy these jeans in the sale at Revolve for only $88!
We see the celebs wear so many different outfits, we thought it would be fun if our readers got to pick their favorite! Here are all the various outfits we have blogged Rachel Bilson in and please vote for your favorite! We mean your favorite by her head to toe outfit, not just her jeans! What do you think she looks best in? (Note: if you like these blogs, they are published on Mondays, so you can keep your eye out for them!)
If you hover your mouse over the pictures they each have a number assigned to them for the poll.
Jeff Rudes, founder and chief executive officer of J Brand Jeans, will receive the City of Hope’s most prestigious philanthropic honor at the annual Spirit of Life® gala on November 20, 2010 at the Beverly Wilshire in Beverly Hills. Jeff will be recognized for his business and philanthropic achievements by City of Hope’s Apparel Industries Group, a committed group of industry visionaries who support City of Hope’s efforts to conquer cancer, diabetes and other life-threatening diseases.
“I’m delighted to be part of this year’s Spirit of Life efforts and to give my enduring support to City of Hope,” said Jeff Rudes. “As an organization that remains at the forefront in research and treatment for cancer and other diseases, supporting them is more important than ever.”
Each year, the Apparel Industries Group presents its highest honor to an individual who exemplifies the ideals and values that have guided City of Hope for nearly a century. The Spirit of Life represents the qualities that make an individual’s life worthy of admiration: their generosity, their ability to inspire and their desire to make a difference in the world. The Apparel Industries Group continues its commitment to support the lifesaving work of physicians and researchers at City of Hope.
“We’re proud to recognize Rudes’ contributions to the apparel industry as a pioneer in the denim market,” said Csynthia Savage, senior director of development, City of Hope. “His outstanding business and community leadership truly captures the essence of The Spirit of Life Award.”
Born and raised in New York, with roots in the apparel industry, Rudes started in the denim business over 33 years ago on Seventh Avenue in New York City. Rudes was one of the first to pioneer the designer jean craze of the late 1970s with his first denim brand, Paris 2000. He moved from New York to Los Angeles in the early 1980s and established several apparel brands such as: Area Code and A Gold E, the denim sportswear brand, while partnering with industry icons Adriano Goldschmied and Ron Herman.