Once upon a time I flatted in London with two economists. One of them, Miguel, was from Madrid and he had learned most of his English while studying at London Business School. Thus he would talk about his "portfolio of shirts." I teased him at the time (very kindly) but I later realised how wise was his view of the world and how it could er, justify one's shopping habits.
I loathe jeans shopping. Hatehatehate it. If they fit on the waist they don't fit round my thighs, if they fit round the waist and the thighs, chances are they look like mega flares from the knee down and being a short-arsed 5'2" I have to turn everything up anyway so I have no business with unnecessary material.
had the good fortune to speak briefly with Ilse Van Alsenoy - Women's Merchandising & Design Director, Anit Van Eynde - Senior Director for Marketing and Marie-Helene Azar, Senior Manager of Media Relations about Levi's' heritage, it's vintage collection and Levi's and women! Here is what they had to say:
After a big Christmas spend-up I'm window shopping this weekend, making plans for when payday comes. The jungle jean trend for animal print denim has my name written all over it with Current/Elliott a major player - they had me at 'pink leopard print', but the red snakeskin print skinnies are almost as tempting.