During a season in which plain jeans without any sort of bells and whistles are a minority on the racks, the stakes are incredibly high in the denim arena. Creating a new trend that doesn't feel like a cheap gimmick is nearly an insurmountable achievement. So, would it be hyperbolic to say that Preen Line did the impossible?
Check this — its collection of denim shirts, dresses, and pants aren't actually made with denim at all. Images of jeans are printed on a lightweight georgette, making your past choice for summer denim, lightweight chambray, feel about as airy as a wool tarp.
There might be something in the water; rag & bone's Miramar jeans employ the same technique. And, with another Junya Watanabe printed-on pant, that makes three — which is a trend! Click through to see the trompe l'oeil magic for yourself.
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This weekend, Lady Gaga and Taylor Kinney joined hundreds of other Chicagoans in the 15th Annual Polar Plunge. The plunge benefits Chicago's Special Olympics. It was also an incredible moment to see just how sweet Gaga and fiancé Kinney are together. The newly-engaged couple joined other celebrities like Vince Vaughn read