Cheap Monday jeans

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in New Fashion on Saturday 8 November 2008

These little pieces of stained material are the best things since Lee made super-tube jeans for booty. Averaging between $90-$110, the concept behind Cheap Monday jeans is to offer a trendy tight fit for an extremely low price. They are not only made with a fashionable high waist to mould your body, but seamlessly stretch to your comfort while shrinking in a hot wash; just like other designer tubes that would cost you $300 plus. Another perk is the vast array of hues available. So bring out the bargain-lover in you and find these Sweden-made gems at Melbourne’s Alphaville.

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Paula Hagerskans

Stacey Howard Reader Find

By Stacey Howard in New Fashion on Monday 12 May 2008

Swedish designer Paula Hagerskans has a cool masculine-edge to her female fashion lines. But it’s her attention to detail that really blows my mind. Her perfectly tailored jackets, along with her flat dress shoes, make dressing up fun, comfortable and classy. When asked what she keeps in mind while designing, Hagerskans responds, ‘Bohemic music lovers, […]

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Carolyn Dempsey Reader Find

By Carolyn Dempsey in New Fashion on Friday 2 May 2008

Cheap Monday are arguably one of the biggest revolutions in denim since Levi’s. They’re pretty much the uniform second skin for the music totin’, cons scuffin’ youth of today.

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Carolyn Dempsey Reader Find

By Carolyn Dempsey in New Fashion on Sunday 30 March 2008

Can you ever really get sick of red plaid pants? Geography defying brand, Mjolk certainly doesn’t think so and looking at their Autumn/Winter ’08 collection, it’s hard not to agree.

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