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Punk Fashion In Vogue Japan June 2011

This editorial out of the pages of the June 2011 issue of Vogue Japan starring one of our favorite it-girls, model Anja Rubik, takes the edginess of punk and infuses it with a whole lot of funk aesthetic. A studded and weathered acid wash denim trench coat styled with nothing but a barely-there mesh top and heavy hardware accessories sets the tone for this juxtaposition of styles. A doze of double denim topped with a sequin-embelished blazer accented with a patent leather penny loafer with exposed white socks solidifies this as a killer fashion fantasy come true in our book! Definitely the best of both worlds!

Vogue Japan June 2011 Denim Editoral

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Images via Fashion Gone Rogue.

Sandoval Gomez

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Posted May 18 2011 in Denim Fashion » Editorials

Anja Rubik In Floral Denim for Vogue Russia

Anja Rubik and Sasha Knezevic act out an anecdotal romance in Vogue Russia February 2011, in a spectrum of lust-worthy outfits that pay tribute to rock’n’roll styling and life on the road. Anja’s cropped denim jacket is covered in studs and pins as she lounges in the passenger’s seat of her man’s rugged ride. He wears trendy patched denim and a clean pair of perfect blue jeans, while she mixes it up to the max with a full body dose of floral denim. Inspiration abound!





Images via Fashion Gone Rogue (click through for full editorial).

—Michelle Christina Larsen

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Posted Mar 04 2011 in Denim Fashion » Editorials

GAP Goes Wide For SS2011

If you haven’t already seen the latest denim campaign on storefronts, the Spring Summer 2011 Campaign is in full bloom at Gap, and you might do a double-take for its position on trouser jeans.  Okay, you might also do a double-take for their spotlight on two models-in-demand Anja Rubik and Jac Jagaciak.  If you recall, Anja became the talk of San Francisco and made fashion headlines when Gap first debuted Anja as its newest It Girl in August 2009, and people haven’t stopped talking about her since.  We are really digging Gap’s trouser jeans (somewhat reminiscent of 7 For All Mankind’s Ginger wide leg), because of its higher rise (and slimming) silhouette, and the fitted thighs which gradually flare out to a wide leg jeans manages to avoid that dreaded “elephant leg” look.  Besides trouser jeans, Gap maintains its basic array of spring and summer-friendly skinny Boyfriend and cropped cuts for those who want to maintain that skinny jean look.



Photo source and more photos: Fashion Gone Rogue.

View Gap’s Spring 2011 LookBook here.

— Kathy Ng Hassan

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Posted Jan 20 2011 in Campaigns » Lookbooks

Who’s That Girl: Anja Rubik for Gap

Anja Rubik for Gap. Photo taken in San Francisco. Click for Source.

Anja Rubik for Gap. Photo taken in San Francisco. Click for Source.


What?  Is Gap condoning a matchy-match jeans and denim jacket pairing?  Not exactly.  The jacket is a darker rinse, but no matter.  Anja Rubik makes it look good as any model only could. 


anjarubik_jeansanjarubik_tods1Who is she, you may ask?  She’s been one of the numerous pretty faces that have graced the covers of V Magazine (following in Gisele Bundchen’s footsteps) and Vogue Deutsch, Nippon and Paris editions, among others; and, with legs that seem to go on for miles, has struck a fierce pose for Chloe, DSquared2 Shoes, Giuseppe Zanotti, Gucci, and many more. 



She's got legs, and she knows how to use them.

Rubik is certainly not a nobody in the world of modelling.  Even though Rubik’s career has not been centrally-focused on denim campaigns, this feature with Gap Premium Jeans could possibly position her for Supermodeldom.  After all, designer and premium jeans have been the darling of the retail establishment and a huge draw among the desired consumer demographic set.

Kathy Ng Hassan

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Posted Aug 18 2009 in Campaigns » Denim News
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