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Rich & Skinny Holiday & Spring Collections: Animal Prints & Coated Metallics

Everyone wants to be rich and skinny! And while we can’t all have that luxury, we can wear Rich & Skinny jeans. The brand is the joint endeavor of Michael Glasser (founder of 7 For All Mankind and Citizens of Humanity) and Joie Rucker (head designer of Levi’s and Guess?). As they aim to re-define denim commerce in the digital age, their focus is keeping their customers happy with jeans that’ll make them feel good in what they’re wearing. We stopped  by their booth at Coterie to see the holiday and spring collection, and they showed us an array of animal prints in pastels and rich metallic fall hues (coated and sparkling) for holiday. Check out our favorite looks below, and check out Rich & Skinny on facebook!

rich & skinny coated printed denim holiday spring 2012

rich & skinny coated printed denim holiday spring 2012

rich & skinny coated printed denim holiday spring 2012

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Posted Nov 30 2011 in Denim Fashion » Reviews: Brand

Summer Love: Wear Pastels With Denim

Blogger and fashionista Sietske L, shows off her love for simple denim and pastels, In a recent Lookbook entry that caught our eye. Sietske poses for the camera, in a soft canary yellow tank top by H&M and a off-white blazer paired with light washed denim shorts, both by the likes of Zara. We love the entire color scheme of the outfit—it really brightens up the day! The denim shorts give the outfit a casual feel while the blazer dresses it up a bit more. Sietske offsets the outfit with a chic arm cuff, neon nail polish, and simple oxfords. The lesson here? Sometimes less is more.

Images via Sietske L’s Profile on

Ashlee Mellowes

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Posted Jul 20 2011 in Denim Fashion » Trend Alert
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