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Welcome to your morning dose of denim news, links, sales, and everything else we couldn’t help but share. Check out what’s happening (and totally not happening) in the world of denim now. Got a tip you think we should include, a sale you want to share, or a style you just saw and can’t live without? Email us!


1. A denim boutique in the UK called Donna Ida is running the Adidas Women’s 5K Challenge in support of the children’s charity Jeans for Genes—an organization that funds research for the care of children with genetic disorders.

2. Now is the time to jump on the colored denim summer trend, with these deeelicious colorful styles in cut-off shorts from J Brand!

3. The Lucky Denim Fall lookbook is out, and features lots of cute cuts and strong, saturated washes.

4. This 5th Requisite Fall 2011 preview brings a bit of that geek-chic into the ladie’s wardrobe (the style we’ve been crazy about on guys lately).

6. Check out this video slideshow of the ever-androgynous Agyness Deyn filling out the shoes of James Dean for Elle magazine.

7. Cameron Diaz promotes her new movie, Bad Teacher, in white cropped J Brand skinny jeans.

—DT Staff

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Posted Jun 20 2011 in Denim News

Cameron Diaz Plays Bad Teacher For Maxim Magazine June 2011

Cameron Diaz struts her perfectly toned “gams” for the June cover of Maxim Magazine.  Photographed by Gavin Bond, the editorial features Diaz in some tantalizing and mischievous positions, as she recreates the clich? of a naughty professor for her upcoming movie Bad Teacher. Hosing down a classic Mustang in short shorts and a knotted midriff baring plaid shirt, Diaz makes mundane activities like washing the car, look like a piece of cake. We love the cuffed denim shorts paired the open toe heels and the seductive red lip, Diaz’s loose sexy tousled waves finish off the look and once again, Diaz is the envy of all high school girls and the drool factor for all the boys.

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Images via Denimology.

Ashlee Mellowes

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Posted May 13 2011 in Denim Fashion » Editorials

DIY: Distressed Jeans

Cameran Diaz

Cameran Diaz in 7 For All Mankind


Kate Beckinsale

Kate Beckinsale in Dylan George




















Don’t we all wish that we could toss out the phrase “recession proof” from our fashion vocabulary? Well, I would say that it would be prudent to think otherwise. Be a little green, recycle a beloved pair of jeans and reinvent your look with this summer’s hottest trend, the distressed jean.  So,  make the best of what you’ve got and copy Cameran Diaz and Kate Beckinsale’s great distressed jean look by D.I.Y. 

D.I.Y. instructions to create your own distressed jeans 

(Source – Life & Style):

Tools needed: Wood block, pumice stone, utility knife.

Step 1:  Start by placing a block of wood inside the pant leg, under the area to be distressed.

Step 2:  Slice a fabric horizontally with a utility knife at several spots on each leg.

Step 3:  Rough up fabric by rubbing with a pumice stone.

Step 4:  For extra shredding, pick threads apart with a pin.  Washing and drying before wearing will further distress the rips.

Tip: Rips should be random and different on each leg. Shred one shin but not the other. Vary the width of the tears as well.

But, if you don’t have the time like me, the following are jeans that Cameron and Kate are wearing as well for less.


7 For All Mankind

7 For All Mankind

Celebrity Pink

Celebrity Pink















7 For All Mankind Roxanne Slimmer Skinny Jeans with studs, $235 (as seen on Cameron Diaz)

Buy It!

Dylan George Lucy Low Rise Skinny Jean in Czar wash, $209 (as seen on Kate Beckinsale)

Buy It!

Celebrity Pink Distressed Boyfriend Jeans, $39

Buy It!

Forever 21 Leslie Frayed Skinny Jean, $29.80

Buy It!


–Nikki Cho Russo

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Posted Jul 06 2009 in Uncategorized
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