Ian Schrager senses something is off the moment the doorman welcomes him back to the New York Edition Hotel. Dressed in blue jeans and a black T-shirt with its three buttons undone and a pen clipped between them, Schrager freezes. He twists his torso one way, then the other, then back again. Show More Summary
For the past 142 years, blue jeans have been a favorite of men and women with dirty and tough jobs due to their durability and comfort. Created on May 20th, 1873 by Jacob Davis and Levi Strauss, they would go on to become a staple in homes and workshops worldwide. Show More Summary
Haute denim is nothing new, but the scope of the latest, fashion-forward styles in blue jean fabric is notably extensive.
America's most famous (and most accessible) blue jeans have become aspirational again, though Levi's isn't benefitting financially.
Three minutes into his guest spot on tonight’s Comedy Bang! Bang!—just after announcing his decision not to “arbitrarily shoehorn” singing into his performances—Skylar Astin finds a stray microphone tucked under his couch cushion, and...Show More Summary
Jennifer Lawrence leaves her hotel wearing a white see-through top and blue jeans on Friday evening (May 1) in New York City. The 24-year-old actress was on her way to the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre to catch a performance of the new Broadway musical Finding Neverland. She even went backstage during intermission to meet the cast! Jennifer [...]
In autumn 1961, New York City photographer Ted Russell got a call from a friend who spoke of a folk singer presenting himself as "an itinerant hobo-like person in the mold of Woody Guthrie," complete with "funny cap and blue jeans and all that," Russell says.
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Welcome back to This Week In Discs! If you see something you like, click on the title to buy it from Amazon. A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night Arash stands apart from the downtrodden populace of Bad City with his blue jeans, white tee-shirt...Show More Summary
A lot of the beauty of Comedy Bang! Bang! being a mixed bag type of television show is that the guests themselves can be genuine surprises, in terms of an enjoyment or quality level, and the episodes can be a lot better for that. Personally, Joseph Gordon-Levitt is an actor I like, but I find that his enthusiasm for everything can be a bit much. Show More Summary
Have you ever wanted to drive in a Beetle-shaped pair of blue jeans? Well, VW may just give you that opportunity after unveiling the 2015 Beetle Convertible Denim Concept at the New York International Auto Show. In what could have been...Show More Summary
This new remix from Solidisco puts a fresh spin on Penguin Prison’s Never Gets Old. Timed perfectly as Ultra/MMW/WMC wraps up, this version takes you back to Miami for a moment. […] Related posts: Lana Del Rey – Blue Jeans (Penguin Prison Remix) Glass Animals Dubstep Remix of Penguin Prison Penguin Prison – Calling Out (Avenue Remix)
Five years ago, denim-on-denim defied all of the dire warnings in the "Undateable" handbook: Instead of evoking John Denver or Britney Spears in her misstyled youth, chambray shirts paired with darker blue jeans became as cool as actor...Show More Summary
The disease had left her with almost nothing, but when she heard that the Americans were hiring, Josephine Dolley pulled out her best blue jeans.
Monica Lewinsky was sitting in a Manhattan auditorium last month, watching teenage girls perform a play called “Slut.” Ms. Lewinsky was in blue jeans and a blazer, her hair pulled out of her face with a small clip. She was wiping away tears.
What do a bottle of fine wine, your favorite pair of blue jeans and the BiggerPockets blog have in common? They all get better with age, of course! It’s hard to believe that it’s been TEN years (to the day!) since we posted this first article about the rising popularity of real estate investing and this [...]Show More Summary
I first met Ross Ulbricht, the 29-year old found guilty last month of creating and operating the deep web marketplace Silk Road, at a craft beer bar on Haight Street. He arrived wearing a red sweatshirt and blue jeans, his face bearded. Show More Summary
There's nothing more American than blue jeans. Here's how two married entrepreneurs turned that idea into a booming business. When it launched in 1969, the Gap was a cool store sandwiched between a high school and a college that sold only jeans and music. Show More Summary
A recent episode of the American Chemical Society series Reactions explains the chemistry that turns blue jeans blue. The episode gives a brief explanation of the history of jeans and the indigo dye used to color them. That process is more complicated than just soaking the clothes in dye, and requires the use of an alkali […]
In the 21st Century world of remote videoconferencing, wearing blue jeans to an online meeting has become commonplace. In fact you can also show up in sweats or pajamas if you like. That's because this type of video communication is more about the collaboration and saving costs, han it is about fashion.