See the full collection below.
Behati Prinloo, one of our favorite multi-talented Victoria’s Secret models, designed a denim line for THVM, inspired by her chic off-duty style. The collection is both freshly on-trend and completely timeless, featuring casual cotton tees, patchwork jeans, ankle length skinnies, and bold graphic prints. See the full collection here.
Images via Fashion Gone Rogue.
See some of our favorite snaps from the collaboration lookbook below:
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Kendall Jenner was spotted at Coachella, rocking out in the grass with her Free People Renee high-wasted denim shorts (editor’s note: these are under $100—get the look!). She seemed more than festive in her imaginative festival style ensemble, featuring some tribal jewelry, a corset top, and a duster jacket that flowed around her as she danced. Snaps of our favorite It-girls dancing is a nice departure from paparazzi snaps of them shielding their faces and running to their cars, aint it?
Below: Free People Renee high-wasted denim shorts ($88)
Image of Kendall via Denim Blog
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Jeans and rock’n'roll have gone hand in hand since the dawn of the genre. From Mick Jagger‘s iconic denim jackets in the 60s to the shredded denim uniform of Nirvana in the 90s, denim has been the material of choice for some of the most famous rockstars in history. Levi’s Unzipped blog takes a look back at some of these stars, and their most iconic denim moments: the history of denim and rock’n'roll.
From Unzipped: The legendary grunge outfit Nirvana recently received its official induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame commemorating the 20th anniversary of the band’s iconic In Utero album. The band, in addition to producing universally lauded rock songs, was also known for making “angst” mainstream and defining an entire lifestyle of music—right down to the plaid and denim-addled wardrobe.
But Nirvana wasn’t the first rock act to don denim. Take a look at other royalties of rock who wore jeans while making music history. (See more)
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Light wash jeans are going to be your best friend this spring. They pair perfectly with an oversize sweater on a chilly day and just as easily with a filmy tank and stacked jewelry when the weather gets warmer. They make a statement that is both edgy and feminine. Finding the right pair, however, isn’t always easy. Fashionista rounded up 17 pairs that they’re in love with. Perhaps you’ll find your light wash denim soulmate in there too?
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Click here to find your own perfect pair.
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From the time denim hit the market as functional, industrial uniforms to the moment skinny jeans became a staple in every woman’s closet, denim has always been a must-have. No closet is complete without a pair of worn-in, comfy boyfriend jeans — nor a pair of fierce dark wash jeans for days when you want to turn heads and take numbers. But it’s the celebrity denim culture that also fuels our love of amazing jeans. Seeing women like Miranda Kerr, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, and Kate Upton rocking our favorite brands in new and exciting (and sometimes totally off-duty) ways keeps us craving denim in our wardrobes. Harpers Bazaar takes a look at some of the ultimate jean queens of our current culture.
Left to right: Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in Frame Denim, Miranda Kerr in J Brand, Kate Upton in black skinnies (brand unknown).
Images via Harpers Bazaar.
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Wearing denim to the office can be tricky. You don’t want to look too casual, or as if you forgot you had to work that day. While working in a fashion office can be a little more liberal, we know a lot of you ladies need some tips on how to rock your baby blues while still looking professional. Luckily, Refinery29 has a few tips and product picks you can score that will assure you stay on track. Click through and read up on how to wear denim to work.
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It-girl Erin Wasson looks amazing in the latest campaign from Madewell, featuring spring styles we’re coveting hard. Fashion Gone Rogue reports:
“American model Erin Wasson lands the spring-summer 2014 campaign from Madewell, looking the very picture of casual elegance in the shoot photographed on location in the island nation of Malta. Benny Horne captures the blonde beauty in the brand’s denim-rooted designs with a laid-back attitude. Erin also brought her bohemian style to Free People’s March catalogue where she got “married” in a Las Vegas style wedding.”
See the full campaign below—images via Fashion Gone Rogue.
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Taylor Swift was recently spotted strolling in New York wearing a pair of Black Orchid Black Jewel Jeggings in Malaga Wine (grab a similar pair of skinnies here). Colored skinny jeans are one of our favorite picks for transitional dressing between seasons, and Taylor nailed this lok wtith a neutral peak coat, a simple chic bag, and plaid scarf. She must know she looks good, too — she looks pretty content.
Image via DenimBlog
—Michelle Christina Larsen
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We posted a few weeks ago about the way skinny jeans almost ruined the American dollar—basically because US currency was being printed on special paper made largely from denim scraps provided by the denim industry, until spandex jeans became widely popular and the quality of denim scraps themselves with compromised in an epic way. Glamour posted a write-up on this same predicament, with an inside look at the way spandex denim changed …well, everything.
“Did you know that for the longest time—since the 1800s, in fact—U.S. dollars have been printed on a cotton-paper blend supplied by Crane—yes, the stationer? And, for the longest time, since the 1800s, Crane & Co. has gotten 30 percent of its cotton in the form of denim scraps from the garment industry!
But then, in the ’90s and ’00s, something happened in fashion that changed the money-making business forever. That something was spandex—and it started to make its way into nearly all mass-produced jeans in the United States.” (Read more)
Image via Glamour
—Michelle Christina Larsen
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