Alexa Chung was spotted making her rounds at New York Fashion Week. The model wore a pair of vintage Levi’s 501s with a sweater from her Alexa Chung for AG line and some brogues. She then finished her look off with a coat and a plaid scarf to beat the chill.
I cannot profess how much I appreciate the wash of vintage Levi’s and they just can’t be beat nor replicated perfectly. It is not just the wash that I think makes the jeans, but also the texture of the denim. This can only be done by decades of wear. How many of you can’t get enough of the look of vintage Levi’s? You can click here to purchase similar styles from RE/DUN.
Lady Gaga was pictured arriving at the Roseland Ballroom in New York City. She will be closing out the famed New York City venue with a 7-night residency!
Lady Gaga wore a pair of customised Levi’s ripped boyfriend jeans with a metallic scale print over the top. These remind me so much of mermaid jeans! I can’t say I’m a fan of the whole look and I really don’t like her hair this long, but the jeans are very interesting! What do you think of them?
Images courtesy of Kristin Callahan/ACE/INFdaily.com.
Sylvester Stallone and his wife Jennifer Flavin were out with their daughter Sistine at Chateau Marmont in Los Angeles, California.
Sylvester wore a pair of Levi’s jeans with a navy t-shirt and blazer for the evening. I think he looks quite smart here and I like that he chose an all blue theme!
Images courtesy of Pacificcoastnews.com.
Levi’s launched their RED NY pop up shop on February 3rd and it will be open for a month. The pop-up will be the only retailer of Levi’s new RED collection in the US. The concept behind the RED collection is to reinvent and create new aesthetics for the classic jean, each collection focusing on a theme. The collection is the first from the brand since 2007.
This season’s styles are deeply rooted in Levi’s history, particularly styles from the 1870s and 1880s. During this time, fits were looser and rounded, features that were meant to protect the body and be worn in a variety of climates. Wool and blanket linings were commonly found in jeans during this time, also a feature meant for functionality. The latest Red collection has drawn inspiration from both of these elements and incorporated them into the line.
The pop up shop is currently located in the Meatpacking District near the Levi’s store at 58-60 9th Ave. The collection will launch abroad and be sold in England, Europe, and Japan.