Rag & Bone jeans
Hilary Duff was spotted out running some errands in Los Angeles, California. The front-runner for “Denim Diva” wore her favorite Rag & Bone Boyfriend Shorts in Rebel with the Current/Elliott Lone Soldier Jacket and some Marant boots.
I agree with my fellow writers and think that Hilary will most likely take the title of “Denim Diva” this year if she continues with this rate of sightings. We get her in denim almost everyday. Whether it has been trendy overalls or classic distressed jeans, we have seen her in them all. Which were your favorite pairs to see Hilary in? You can click here to purchase these shorts from the rag & bone website for $209.
I like that Naomi pulled the hem of the jeans higher up to mid-calf. It gives them an even more denim boyfriend feel than they already have. How many of you have these pants and how do you wear them? You can click here to purchase these jeans from the Rag & Bone website for $297.
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Emma Stone and Andrew Garfield were photographed while out taking a stroll together in New York City. We saw a lot of photos of Andrew and Emma while they were doing publicity for their film, The Amazing Spiderman 2.
I think Emma’s off-duty style is pretty similar to what we saw during the publicity tour, a lot of Rag & Bone jeans. While out with Andrew, she wore a pair of the capri jeans in Swamis with an oversize blazer and sandals. Andrew broke out his red Levi’s cords, which he wore with a jacket and t shirt. I think they’re such a cute couple, so I always love seeing photos of them! Buy Rag & Bone online at LuisaViaRoma.
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Rag & Bone has always been a brand that kept it original with their prints. There is their Goetz print that started the many geometric styles that came after and then their take on camouflage, which was pixelated to give a fresher more technological take on the militant style. Then let’s not forget their Miramars which have taken over the market with the look of denim that is so well done, no one will believe they are sweatpants.
With their new Robot Leggings, it doesn’t get more original and close to heart than before. With the help of co-founder Marcus Wainwright’s children, the new print was conceived. Coming from the children’s scribbles in his sketchbook, instead of bypassing them, Marcus decided to put them to use with this new graphic print. What do you think of this unique new print? Click here to purchase them now from Bloomingdale’s.