Alessandra Ambrosio was spotted after having dinner at Katsuya in Brentwood, California. The model wore a pair a of the Lily Jeans in Soulmates by WILDFOX with a Mickey Mouse sweater and some espadrilles.
I get a strong western vibe from these jeans from the contrasting coating on the back pocket and scoop of the pockets. It’s a detail that slowly grows on me the more I look at them and as I stare at them, the more I think the detail would look amazing on a pair of shorts. What do you think of the detail? You can click here to purchase these jeans from the WILDFOX website.
Anna Dello Russo is always one to have fun with fashion, but the Editor-at-Large of Vogue Japan toned it down for her recent post on Instagram. The fashionista wore a pair of GOLDSIGN Stevie Jeans in Anwen with some slip-on sneakers and a sweater when in Tokyo, Japan. I have been a fan of these jeans since I first saw them because the patchwork and wash feels so natural.
I have noticed that boyfriend jeans are becoming a popular choice among many this season. With the warmer weather, I find, it was only a progressive choice. With so many great washes with awesome distressing, there is no doubt that there is a style for everyone’s liking. You can click here to purchase GOLDSIGN from SHOPBOP.
Model Cara Delevingne was snapped by the paps as she was in New York with fellow model and friend Jourdan Dunn. The pair were shooting the new Spring/Summer 2014 campaign for DKNY with rapper A$AP Rocky.
Cara was pictured wearing the patchwork slouchy jeans that walked during the DKNY SS14 catwalk show a few weeks ago. These jeans are really bold and a little bit out there for me, but I think Cara manages to rock them! What do you think of them? I’ve noticed quite a few brands coming out with iron on patches on their denim lately. I did used to have an iron on hippy bus on a pair of my jeans when I was about 14/15, but I’m not sure if it’s a trend I want to jump into anytime soon.
Images courtesy of Pacificcoastnews.com.
Sonas Denim is a new brand that is just breaking into the market from San Francisco. It was founded by Gerry Kelly and has a very unique take on jeans! Instead of the regular 2 pieces of denim sewn together, Sonas jeans are made from individual square pieces of denim, creating a patchwork effect.
Janice Dickinson is a big fan of the brand and even did a shoot with them a little while ago, which you can see in the gallery below. I thought it would be good to catch up with Gerry to find out more about this unique brand. Please carry on reading for the interview and photos of the jeans. What do you think of Sonas?
DB: Hi Jerry! So, tell us a bit about your denim brand, Sonas Denim?
GK: Well DB, it’s a unique, free spirited couture jean with underlying philanthropic goals. Sonas means “Happiness, good times, felicity and bliss” in Gaelic. Our brand is about positivity, empowerment, individuality and new beginnings. We want to start a trend of giving in the fashion industry and about compassion in fashion.
DB: What inspired you to create it?
GK: I was looking for jeans to wear for the Burning Man Arts Festival which did not exist, so I made them myself. Everybody at Burning Man loved them, wanted them and encouraged me to go for it!