When I was asked to run a feature on the new line of 1969 denim by Gap, I was skeptical. Let’s be honest here, the last time I sported a pair of Gap jeans was probably my 10th birthday party. Fast forward – package arrives, et voilà…a superbly fitting pair of jeans. I was in New York over the weekend (more pics to follow), but I thought I’d share a peak of my post for the 1969 Gap style stream website…

New York City: Sunday itinerary

8:30 am – Wake-up call rings room 97 of the Hotel on Rivington

9 am – Settle on outfit for the day: lazy grey T, ‘Always Skinny’ Gap 1969 jeans (I am pleasantly surprised with the retro wash + hot fit on the toosh), thin leather wrap belt, faux Chinchilla bomber jacket, low men’s leather lace-up boots, Yves Saint Laurent carryall.

9:30 am – Light breakfast in the hotel lobby.

10:30 am – Foot reflexology at a hole-in-the-wall Chinese herbalist shop.

11 am – Scour the vintage stores on the Lower East Side for inspiration for the upcoming collection of JJ Scholl luggage for motor scooters.

1 pm – Rendezvous with old friends at the bar of the Standard for a bellini in a 1950s wide-brimmed champagne glass.

2 pm – Lunch and people watching at Pastis.

4 pm – Racing to JFK to catch flight back to Boulder.

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2 thoughts on “1969.

  1. those look great on you!
    and oh. n.y. so envious-
    hope you have a great time
    take care

  2. they look amazing on you!! I love the shoes too! xo

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