If this dude found my recycling, he’s going to be able to afford a lot more denim.
NYLON has been #FlashbackFriday – ing their April 2012 cover with Frida Pinto (can you blame them???) across every social network today. While every photo has been stunning, the double – make that triple – denim of course caught our eye. Check out Miss Pinto’s actual NYLON cover here.
We see Michelle isn’t the only one in the family with a keen fashion sense: Here’s our Commander-In-Chief talking to the oft shirtless Vladimir Putin last Saturday. Looks like we picked the right week to dust off the old denim blog.
Can you say PARTY IN THE BACK? OK, so I’ve been somewhat uninspired with this blog and the Canadian Tuxedos I find around Los Angeles. That is until last night, when this magical display of denim appeared at the new Plan Check Kitchen + Bar on Fairfax. Meet Sean Cabezas, who’s seen above in Levi’s jeans, Sperry slip ons (not the denim ones?), an H&M button down, Zara hat and the pièce de résistance: Sean’s dad’s vintage bedazzled denim jacket with a pinned on patch he had made from his favorite film Eyes Wide Shut. Color me inspired.
Originally posted on Metro:
Denim on denim, or the Canadian tuxedo as it’s sometimes called, has had a pretty bad rap. Personally, I blame Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake. When the pair turned up at the 2001 American Music Awards wearing matching head-to-toe light wash, a whole generation vowed never to go near it.
It’s become one of those unspoken rules, like not wearing shoes with tracksuit bottoms or not wearing scrunchies over the age of 11. For spring, though, many big brands have worked hard to change your mind.
From Balmain to Louis Vuitton, denim dominated this season’s runways. It’s not just jeans that are having a moment: American designer Joseph Altuzarra sent out models in silk shirts with prints that replicated the fabric.
‘We have definitely seen a shift in this direction,’ says Matchesfashion.com buying…
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