Kate Bosworth and fiance Michael Polish met up with friends for lunch before doing some grocery shopping and stopping at a local flower shop. Since Kate recently got engaged, I can’t wait to see what her dress looks like since I love her style!
Kate wore a pair of Lee shorts with a printed top. One of the great things about these shorts is the braid detailing on the side. They look as though they’re vintage and have been broken in over time.
After picking up her kids from school in Santa Monica, California, Heidi Klum and her bodyguard/boyfriend stopped by Big 5 sporting goods to pick up a few things.
Did you ever think that anyone could look this good in denim overalls? Usually they are associated with maternity wear or vintage work wear, however, Heidi manages to make these Lee denim overalls look so stylish! I think the bagginess of them suits her really well and I’m quite suprised to see how good they look!
Images courtesy of Merino/INFdaily.com.
PPQ has teamed up with denim line Lee to create a unique capsule collection for their 10th anniversary. The collection will premier at PPQ’s Spring/Summer 2012 fashion show during London Fashion week. The collection will feature a pair of skinny jeans and western style shirt, with embellishments such as screen print and embroidery.
PPQ’s Amy Molyneaux explains, “The inspiration for the denim collaboration with Lee is taken from our PPQ crest, the screen prints that will feature on the denim are an amalgamation of the gold PPQ initials in our logo, all of which will be present in the form of embroidered patches that will feature on the Lee denim Scarlett and denim shirt block.”
The pieces will be available for purchase at Lee’s Carnaby Street store following the Friday fashion show. Customers will have the chance to buy from the special edition 10 piece collection.
Riley Keough has been named the new face of Lee jeans. Not familiar with Riley? She’s Elvis Presley’s granddaughter!
Appropriately so, she is appearing in the current Rock and Roll inspired campaign for Lee jeans, called “A Lee Don’t Lie.” To lend to the Rock and Roll vibe, the campaign was shot by famed photographer, Terry Richardson. The ads are currently in print in the United States and will also be appearing in Europe, Africa and the Middle East until September.