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July 30 2014

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4 posts tagged "Calvin Klein Jeans"

Editor Obsessions: MyTheresa’s Exclusive Calvin Klein Jeans Dungarees

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Calvin Klein Lottie Moss

Even though I was just a kid in the nineties, I feel like I’m actually experiencing the decade’s trends thanks to the latest surge of nineties nostalgia. With that in mind, I was very excited to see the new MyTheresa capsule collection of reissued Calvin Klein classics, which launched Wednesday. (Kate Moss’ little sister, Lottie, is the new face.) The CK logo sweatshirts are probably selling out as we speak, but I’m gravitating more toward these light-wash overalls. I’d wear them rolled-up with slides and a striped tee during the day, then elevate them with strappy sandals and a red lip for evening. The added bonus? They totally fall into the “art-teacher chic” trend we’re into right now. Rest assured I’ll be wearing these to Sunday brunch, not pottery class.

Calvin Klein Jeans MyTheresa exclusive denim dungarees, $416, Buy it now

Photo: via MyTheresa 

Lottie Moss Follows in Her Sister’s Footsteps as the New Face of Calvin Klein

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lottie-mossNothing comes between Calvin Klein and the Moss clan. Kate Moss famously posed for the label’s ad campaigns, alongside Mark Wahlberg, back in the nineties. Now her younger sister Lottie Moss is taking a turn as the face of the iconic American sportswear label. For its new Re-Issue Project with MyTheresa, Calvin Klein Jeans asked the 16-year-old to sport updated versions of its nine most classic pieces. The campaign was lensed by photographer Michael Avedon, who is also a legacy with the brand—his grandfather Richard Avedon photographed Brooke Shields for CK.

The capsule incudes original high-waisted skinny jeans and tapered jeans (popularized by none other than Kate), as well as denim jackets and shirts. The collection launches on MyTheresa on July 16, with prices ranging from $105 to $415. Here, a first look at the campaign.

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Photos: Courtesy of Calvin Klein Jeans x MyTheresa / Michael Avedon

Calvin Shocks Australia, Anna Does Pop, And More…

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If a Calvin Klein ad isn’t banned, does anybody see it? That age-old marketing adage was trotted out in Australia, where Lara Stone’s newest jeans ad for the label has been deemed uncouth by the Advertising Standards Bureau. [NY Mag]

Anna Dello Russo’s eponymous fragrance is set to launch on Yoox.com in December, but we’re more titillated by the possibility of finding her on iTunes. “I want to do a record next,” she told WWD. “Everyone expects me to do a clothes line. It’s too obvious. I want to do the opposite.” Lady Gaga, watch your back. [WWD]

Another pop-up shop in Building Fashion’s sub-High Line space opened last night (we covered an earlier tenant), featuring Richard Chai’s men’s and womenswear. On ice, as it were. [The Moment]

Lindsay Lohan is due in court today—on charges of drug-related probation violation. How many days of reckoning can one person have? [NY Daily News]

Photo: Courtesy of Calvin Klein

A Few Words With Fashion’s Saint Patrick, Dior Gets Law-Abiding, And More…

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Paparazzi: Take a lesson from Patrick McMullan (pictured, right), godfather of party photogs: stop taking pictures of Lindsay Lohan passed out in the backseat of a car. [NYT]

Suave overload: Guy Ritchie is shooting Jude Law for a Dior Homme fragrance ad. We’re a little concerned so much roguishness in one place may throw the earth off its orbit, but it’s a risk worth taking. [WWD]

And speaking of models, rumor has it that Lara Stone is to be the new face of both Calvin Klein Collection and Calvin Klein jeans—a tribute, perhaps, to her high-fashion chops and her sexy (and much-remarked-upon) curves. CK is keeping mum, but if we were Eva Mendes, we’d be hitting the audition circuit a little harder right now. [WWD]

And since it’s been almost a full week without an Alice in Wonderland update, here’s your fix: Mad jeweler Tom Binns talks tea parties and smashing baubles in this new video interview. [Youtube]

Photo: Patrick McMullan