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Navajo Treading: Wildfox Jeans S/S 2011

Wildfox, who has built their reputation on being an American vintage inspired brand gives us just that for their Spring Summer 2011 Jeans Collection. With their finger right on the pulse of fashion, designers Emily Faulstich and Kimberley Gordon take the already thrifty line back in time and infuse it with a sixties/seventies bohemian Navajo vibe. They’ve added muted and earthy pastels, saturated warm hues, and washed and worn blues into the denim mix, which we love. To top off the effect they’ve painted on peace sings and flower-child symbols on the gorgeous model, who could very well be a modern day Pocahontas. So, get into the bohemian vibe, because it’s definitely back and better than ever.






For more on Wildfox make sure to check out their website and be sure to checkout our coverage of the Wildfox Holiday look book just in time for Christmas!

Sandoval Gomez

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Posted Dec 18 2010 in Denim Fashion » Lookbooks

Christmas in Cali: Wildfox Holiday 2010 Lookbook

Who says the Holidays are meant to be cold?  Take a hint from Wildfox. Grab your Santa hat, skimpy tanks, skin tight jeans, and head to beach for a California Christmas!  Styled by Emily Faulstich and Kimberley Gordon—the creative force behind the brand—the Wildfox’s Holiday 2010 Look Book will leave you wishing you could step right into it finding yourself on a sandy Cali beach lounging about under the warm, lazy sun in your best Wildfox Jeans of course.

Here are a couple of our favorite California Christmas-ready looks:


Images from from the brands’ blog

For more images from the look book go here, and to shop Wildfox Jeans go here.  Stay tuned for the Wildfox Spring Summer 2011 Look Book.

Sandoval Gomez

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Posted Dec 07 2010 in Denim Fashion » Lookbooks
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