Black and Blue: House of Holland x Levi’s

March 26, 2010 - 4:53 am

What do you get when you mix an American denim granddaddy and a bold UK brand? Besides the wonderful opportunity to use a recipe lede, you get edgy buckled trucker jackets with contrasting straps and lux high-shine gold hardware

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Just when you thought the denim-on-denim trend had dwindled, leave it to a pair of fashion mainstay labels to revive the jeanswear movement. Levi’s and House of Henry Holland put their heads together for an eight-piece women’s and men’s collection for Spring/Summer 2010 and out of the creative sandbox came black denim straps on washed-out indigo jean with peek-a-boo cutouts on jackets and jean boustier dresses. Pair the bottoms and outerwear with black-and-cream horizontal striped crew necks and it’s a perfect match. The new capsule has been a huge hit with Brit babe Pixie Geldof (who has been sporting several of the pieces at London parties) and has taken the High Street set by storm and is affordably available at Harvey Nichols and Selfridges for a cool £55. It could be The Misshapes frontwoman, Leigh Lezark‘s blackout eyeliner, it could be the blinding hi-gloss contrast of multi-denim on bright white, but I’m actually liking this collabo! See for yourself, below.

*photos: House of Holland

French Connection UK: Man & Woman

March 2, 2010 - 7:06 pm

French Connection has released delightful his and hers video adverts for the new Spring 2010 line. The clips are funny takes on the typical Parisian stereotypes of French men and women: the stubborn yet stylish downtown dandy, the bored but beautiful (and painfully thin) Parisienne. Incroyable!

“He knows not what sequins … is.”

“She needs not a man … but, they come.”

*video courtesy of French Connection UK

YSL gets naked

January 25, 2010 - 4:39 am

Yves Saint Laurent is putting the spotlight back on male models this season–and just in time for Fall/Winter 2010-11 men’s fashion week in Paris. Bruce Weber, the fashion photographer best known for Calvin Klein‘s barely-there underwear adverts, the Pirelli calendar, and steamy Abercrombie & Fitch ad campaigns has directed a new film for the YSL brand. Check out British Columbia born model Simon Nessman in the “artful” video below: the latest installment in YSL’s growing new media cache. With a special appearance by vintage vixen Bunny Yeager and set to some of Marvin Gaye‘s greatest hits, I dare you to keep your eyes on the “clothing.”