Tom Ford walked the runway in a Canadian Tuxedo at London Fashion Week, perhaps taking the torch from all the denim draped icons at NYFW – seriously, we still haven’t come close to posting all of them. We’re digging the belt-less look, Mr. Ford. Yum.
So what if the thermostat in my car reads 101 degrees. That’s not stopping this die-hard denim fan from jumping on her hot bike and cruising around the mean streets of LA. Me, I’m sticking to tank tops, cotton lounge shorts and the AC that blast from my car. Or maybe chambray, which makes for the perfect hot weather Canadian Tuxedo.
OK, maybe it’s QUADRUPLE denim, but damn us if we’re going to miss a chance at alliteration. Clearly denim was all over NYFW this season. We’ve shown you a few things off the runway: now it’s time for what was on the runway. Leave it to Hood By Air to 1. Present a totally insane runway show, and 2. Take the humble Canadian Tuxedo to almost post-apocalyptic, Fifth Element-esque levels as seen above with what we’re seeing as a Quadruple Denim getup. Gotta get up to get down, right?
Caught this Canadian Tuxedo this morning on Instagram. Pictured above is NET-A-PORTER’s denim buyer Octavia Bradford looking effortlessly chic in denim-on-denim … now what’s that about skinny jeans being on the outs? No thank you. I’m sticking to this very flattering look.
Leave it to the lovely Olivia to take the Canadian Tuxedo up a notch or ten. The newlywed fashion icon was seen in a chambray button down from Topshop and jean skirt by black orchid paired perfectly with shoes from her line with Aquazurra at the Marchesa show at Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week in New York. This isn’t the first time we’ve seen her decked in denim.
The pouty Twilight start was seen racing into LAX in black skinny jeans and a denim vest on September 3.
This site is a place to celebrate a look, so we rarely mock an outfit, but man are we happy someone was out there rightfully ripping apart fashion no-no’s on and off the red carpet.
I found this photo of a rarely dressed down Joan Rivers at home with her dogs in her Connecticut home from the February 2003 issue Architectural Digest. Denim and a yorkie? I love you even more.
While I’ve never seen her rocking a Canadian Tuxedo, she certainly put her name on plenty of denim through her signature line she sold on QVC.
“I said to my husband, my boobs have gone, my stomach’s gone, say something nice about my legs. He said, ‘Blue goes with everything.'”
We concur. Rest In Peace. Hoping you’re looking fierce up there with Spike and all your other fabulous dogs and friends.