It’s been a while since we’ve posted about a baby draped in denim. Rachel S. just set us this picture of her adorable baby boy, Griffin, in a denim romper from the Gap. With stylish parents like his, we’re sure this isn’t the first of many dope ass Canadian Tuxedos we see on this kid. Watch out baby Egypt: Griffin is going to give you a run for the money in Hollywood.
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I meet so many random people by asking them if I can snap a photo of their denim on denim ensembles, but none quite as random as meeting Ray Dennis last night, who’s long been a good friend on mine via Twitter, but we had never met in person. Leave it to a Canadian Tuxedo to bring us together. Ray, founder of ONE MEDIA Marketing, is seen here at #SMACLA at the What’s Trending studios in Levi’s jeans and a denim shirt from Gap.
A Canadian Tuxedo perfect for your next Junior League gathering? Why not. We think this ensemble would do the trick. This Canadian Tuxedo, recently featured on I Heart Vintage Couture, consists of a denim Gap shirt, Citizens of Humanity jeans, Zara blazer and Miu Miu shoes. To see more photos and read the complete post about this preppy spin on the Canadian Tux, click here.
Here I am in my new James Jeans Twiggy denim leggings in coral I picked up at Rowe in Columbus, a California flag t-shirt from Essex Clothing on Melrose in LA, vintage Gap denim jacket in front of my friend Tony Murray’s place, T. Murray’s Bar and Kitchen in the Brewery District.
Here is Bill “Smitty” Smith, drummer in the band Truth & Salvage Co., rocking out in a Canadian Tuxedo (Gap jacket and Levi’s jeans) at The Spare Room in the Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel. Truth & Salvage can be seen at the Troubadour on March 24 at their farewell show before they relocate the band to Nashville. With indie denim powerhouse Imogene + Willie putting out some of the best double denim looks, we think Smitty will feel right at home.
I caught my reflection in the window of Starbucks on Melrose and Stanley in Los Angeles this morning. The girl behind me has to think I’m a bigger narcissist than I actually am. Here I am (holding my prize pooch Rocco) in vintage Levi’s cutoffs and my denim Gap jacket from high school (guess that would be considered vintage, as well), Splendid circle shirt, Gucci bag and TOMS gold herringbone shoes. Fedora from a street vendor in Venice. Minutes later, I was Punk’d on Break.com. More on that …