Double Gap denim for the GQ for Gap event with Garcon Jon – that just makes sense right? Such a great night with a wonderful crowd of people, some new, some not, but all great individuals. The subject of double denim came up. It’s funny that some commented that they didn’t feel they could pull it off and me finding it second nature, like a suit I suppose, just two pieces which naturally go together. I don’t even think double denim is a thing anymore but then I look back to my very first DD venture and I suppose I thought it was kinda wild at the time. What do you guys think of double denim?
Congratulations to Jon on a wonderful project – he is really an incredible photographer and such a lovely guy on top of that. I’ve been lucky enough to find myself on the other side of his lens, for Selfridges, here and urge you to check out the shots and interviews he did for GQ for Gap on Garcon Jon.
1969 denim moto jacket – c/o Gap
lace cami – Topshop (last worn here)
jean – Gap
henriette heel – Reiss (ON SALE! & first worn here)
hope bracelet & necklace – Stella & Dot
watch – Guess, ring – Burku Okut via Boticca
pouch – Mooi
leash – Ancol, coat – c/o Infindigo
Love the leopard print clutch with the denim!
Double denim is something I admire on others, but it’s just not for me. I think it swamps me too much.
Away From The Blue
Double denim works for me, nicely worn in.
I love the cut of these jeans – fitted, but still notably boyfriend. very cute with the heels.
Double denim definitely seems like the norm now! Like leopard is a ‘neautral’ and red lips are an every day occurrence…