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I first met Paige Adams-Geller the Founder of Paige Denim, back in 2006 when ilovejeans.com launched, we spent a few day’s together at the Harvey Nichols Denim Clinic in London & Dublin. What struck me about Paige was how she identified with each customer. She really looked at the customers body shape and then showed them the best style for their shape.
This was a great lesson for me and one I use to date when fitting jeans, be guided by the customers body shape, then everything else follows.
ABOUT PAIGE DENIM
Born and raised in Los Angeles, Paige Denim combines Southern California casual with pure sophistication. Paige Adams-Geller was the fit model for denim giants Seven, Citizens of Humanity and Habitual and in 2004 created her own label, Paige. As a former model, Paige knows exactly what to wear to set off the body to perfection, making Paige a revered denim brand for both Men & Women.
Inspired by the open road, the Spring 2012 Collection is a paint box of colors ranging from bold primaries to muted shades. This season
is particularly special, because along with the Spring Collection Paige are unveiling a fresh new look and feel.
KEY PAIGE DENIM STYLES FOR SS12
VERDUGO ULTRA SKINNY
THE EDGEMONT CROP SKINNY
The Paige Edgemont is a statement jean with double zip pocket detail. A skinny crop jean, perfect for Long & Leggy but also good for the Petite body shape as the crop leg will be full length. Loving these exclusive colours!
SKYLINE ANKLE PEG
A mid rise peg that gets slimmer from the knee to the leg opening with an inseam hitting at the ankle. A great style for women who like a slim-line jean but not a skinny, perfect for an Apple body shape.
HIDDEN HILLS HIGH RISE
HIDDEN HILLS STRAIGHT/ BOOT CUT.
DONNA IDA TV – MASTER CLASS WITH PAIGE ADAMS-GELLER:
Paige Adams-Geller and Donna Ida Thornton discuss pastel jeans for SS12
Paige Adams-Geller and Donna Ida Thornton discuss classic denim essentials that never go out of style.