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Canadian Tuxedo at The Sunset Strip Market

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The weather cooled off just in time for double denim at the revamped Sunset Strip Market. This season they’re offering tastings from craft breweries and wineries – $16 buys you a tasting glass and set of five drink tickets. At the wine table I saw this Canadian Tuxedo: Levi’s jeans, Earnest Sewn shirt Nike Air Max kicks.

The new market is definitely more food truck-heavy, but you can still pick up some fruits and veggies and holy shit the best thing ever: S’mores from BondBar.

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Canadian Tuxedo Trio at Adler Integrated

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Yep. We got the memo. Tonya Cooke, Alf LaMont and I draped ourselves in denim and toasted Nic Adler‘s 40th last night (after taking in some live music at the Sunset Strip Market). Alf is in a Levi’s denim jacket and jeans from H&M. I’m on the right in Current/Elliott jeans and a Gap denim jacket. Tonya’s on the left, and I must’ve toasted Nic a few too many times because I cannot remember what she’s wearing, but I like it.

Photo compliments of Nathan Levinson.


Spotted: Canadian Tuxedo at the Sunset Strip Market

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The cooler June temps had a lot of Angelenos keeping warm in their Canadian Tuxedos, including this guy. Eric Samuelson is pictured above at the Sunset Strip Market in Levi’s jeans and a Lacoste denim button down.


Spotted: Me in a Canadian Tuxedo with Plain-Clothed Jesus

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Even without his robe, Kevin Lee Light looks angelic. I ran into long-time pal and subject of another one of my blogs I Saw Jesus in LA at the Sunset Strip Market in West Hollywood last Thursday night. While Jesus was out and about in his plain clothes, I stuck to my denim on denim uniform:  James Jeans Twiggy denim leggings in coral I picked up at Rowe in Columbus, Ohio and my Gap jean jacket I still have from high school.

Good news for fans of both my sites: Kevin informed me he just got a denim Jesus robe. Can’t wait to see that look.


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