Wednesday, January 13, 2010

My Promiscuous Jeans

My jeans sure do get around...  They were worn by Paul Bucalo in a recent photoshoot and got published as featured work in an interview with Steve Maisch in the new online publication of GlamModelz Magazine.  Oh, and he got the COVER!  I told you he was talented ;)

The "About Us" section describes the magazine:

"GlamModelz is a pictorial expos√© geared towards working professionals in today's glamour industry.  We are internationally cultured, inspired and dedicated to showcasing the cutting edge works of today's market, while also providing useful information for those wishing to make their big break into the modeling industry.  GlamModelz magazine offers an unbiased perspective into Glamour, Beauty and Art Photography - Modeling.  We feature the work of some of the most creative, well-noted photographers and artists in the world today."

It's certainly NOT a feature on me or my own stuff, but it's still pretty wicked to have my jeans published in a media outlet of some kind!  For those interested, talk to me about getting a pair of your very own custom-made jeans :)


  1. Nice, sweet to have that for the back pocket. As for the custom jeans, I think you may already be too expensive for student budgets, maybe even in raw materials...

  2. You get what you pay for! A good fitting pair of custom made jeans are something you're always glad to put on.

  3. And that model!!!!! Whew, what a hottie!

  4. TJ... maybe. I do remember you saying in Colorado though that your wardobe consists of $100+ jeans, t-shirts from the thrift store and free shoes you get from running company sponsors.

    But I did totally disregard cost when I was making these; the raw materials were around the $70 mark, but that included extra denim in case I made a mistake (which I needed). If I was trying to be leaner, these could have been less.