Vangardist Magazine features the snood trend styled along with some cool denim looks in this short editorial. We ain’t gonna lie, we’re not exactly one hundred percent sure how to feel about these animal ear furry scarf-hat hybrids, but one is certain: they sure look warm and fuzzy (and we dig the Navajo print details!). Chances are we won’t be in a hurry to get our hands on one, but you can be sure that if we ever do we’ll sport it with something along the lines of these casual-cool denim looks!
Images via MM Scene.
Tags: casual cool denim, snood trend, snoods, Vangardist Magazine, vangardist magazine fashion editorial
Jeans are the epitome of model off-duty style, not only for their ease and capability to rough it through casting calls, but also because they are the perfect clean sartorial palette. New Australian magazine Stonefox captures that casual cool with this striking black-and-white editorial. Donning simple tees (or none at all), ripped and ragged cutoffs, denim jumpsuits, jean jackets, and more, Dempsey Stewart looks fresh-faced and subtly sexy–always a winning combination.
Images via Fashion Gone Rogue
Tags: acid wash jeans, denim cutoffs, denim jumpsuit, jean jacket, model off-duty style, stonefox magazine
When it comes to the definition of glam, you can bet that bombshell waves, scarlet polish, and dramatic, gem-encrusted jewelry will be included in the description. Vogue Spain‘s December 2011 “Joyas” supplement has all that and more. Grounded in crisp chambray oxford tops and grainy, dark-wash denim shirts, Charlotte di Calypso avoids looking like she overdosed on decadence. We love the mix of denim with rich, high-waisted bottoms, all thrown under wool overcoats and topped off with structured handbags, tongue-in-cheek hats, and oodles of glittery baubles. It’s fun, flirty, and just the right amount of alluring.
Images via Fashion Gone Rogue
Tags: Chambray Shirt, december 2011 editorial, denim shirt, distressed denim, Vogue Spain
Hanneli Mustaparta is one of the new faces of the Rag & Bone DIY Project, and we are completely in love with what she has to show for it. The backstory of this project is that Rag & Bone gave models their jeans, a camera and nothing else–no makeup, no styling, just them and their jeans. You may be thinking, “Ok, what doesn’t look good on Hanneli?” which we don’t blame you for…but take a look at how she makes these jeans look so good and you see right away how easy these looks can be for you too. When you have skinny jeans like these that have such a great fit, you don’t need to overdo anything, but instead keep it super simple in a white sheer blouse or your favorite comfy tee. Get your own pair at the Rag & Bone Official Store and see just how quickly you can be part of a DIY project too (this time starring yourself of course).
Tags: fitted jeans, Hanneli Mustaparta, rag & bone, Rag & Bone DIY Project, skinny jeans
Apparently, Australians love their denim, and RUSSH Magazine is out to prove it. How? Well, there’s certainly more than 10 ways to wear your denim (Canadian Tuxedo style or half-naked wise), but this editorial entitled “SERGE” (photographed by Dean Podmore) pays homage to Boyfriend jeans, drop-crotch jeans and double denim outfits in multiple variations for a breezy Australian summer. Featured brands include Citizens of Humanity, Dr Denim, General Pants, G-Star Raw, MINKPINK, One Teaspoon, Neuw, True Religion, and Wrangler. The editorial is fun, flirty and sexy—as if the girl is saying “nothing comes between me and my (insert favorite jean here).”
Model: Rosie (Chic Management). Images via RUSSH Magazine.
—Kathy Ng Hassan
Tags: Australian brands, Australian denim, Citizens of Humanity, denim for women, Dr. Denim, G-Star Raw, General Pants, jeans for women, MINKPINK, Neuw, One Teaspoon, True Religion, Wrangler
It’s no secret that we’re major fans of anything bohemian. So, needless to say, when we laid our eyes on this editorial out of the pages of Vogue Russia filled with delectable boho everything we just had to make a big fuss about it. Not only does it show off some amazing denim separates like a killer pair of white jeans with an amazing Navajo pattern, but it’s styled to perfection with perfect fall must-haves like fur (lots of it) and tons of layers. We love the great outfit combos and the overall wearability of it all. This is definitely a great modern boho look to copy this fall!
Images via Everyone Loves Fashion.
Tags: Bohemian style, fall trends 2011, fashion editorials, navajo printed denim, Vogue Russia September 2011, white jeans
Playing Fashion‘s November issue stays true to its name with a bold editorial that takes a fresh spin on staid standbys with unconventional materials and cooler color choices. With the addition of perky pastels and highly-saturated brights, the luxe labels and luxe fabrics featured here–from teal Emilio Pucci trousers to Prince-worthy purple suede pants–are far from boring. We’re especially digging the lemon yellow-hued leather jeans. Attention-grabbing clothing you can wear in the winter is always drool-worthy, especially at this time of year!
Images via Fashion Gone Rogue
Tags: bright colored jeans, Leather Jeans, playing fashion, suede jeans
Where can you find amazing brands like G-Star, Plein Sud, Hudson, Just Cavalli, One Teaspoon, Isabel Marant, and Dsquared2 all in one place? Right here in this beautiful editorial from Vogue Paris! It features Natasha Poly and Sasha Pivovarova and was styled by Emmanuelle Alt. Due to the great variety of brands that are featured, you are able to see a ton of hot looks that you can takeaway as inspiration for your own wardrobe, no matter what your personal style is. Our favorite item from the shoot was the Isabel Marant jean shearling lined jacket, and in a close second came the printed Just Cavalli jeans. Take a look at the complete editorial and become just as envious as we are (trust us, it’s going to happen!).
Images via DenimBlog.
Tags: Dsquared2, Emmanuelle Alt, G-Star, Hudson Jeans, Isabel Marant, jean jacket, Just Cavalli, Natasha Poly, Paris, Paris Fashion, Paris Vogue, Plein Sud, Sasha Pivovarova, Shearling Jacket, Vogue