Style Snippets: Jason Dundas and Renee Bargh’s new fashion collab with Paige denim

THEY work on rival TV shows in LA, but last week, presenters, Jason Dundas and Renee Bargh, teamed up for a special collaboration with Paige denim.

It is a first for the duo, who have been friends for 10 years.

“Renee has been a good friend of mine so it was a great to model together,” Dundas said.

The Entertainment Tonight reporter is a fan of the US brand, and managed to take a bunch of samples home after the shoot.

Page denim campaign shoot with Renee Bargh and Jason Dundas.

Page denim campaign shoot with Renee Bargh and Jason Dundas.Source:Supplied

Between projects, the 33-year-old designer and model is studying at New York’s Institute for Integrative Nutrition.

“I’m an entrepreneur and multi-tasker so if I want clarity I need to be on the top of my game. The one thing I’ve learnt is that it’s all about balance between career, relationships, spirituality and your diet,” he said.

The menswear range launches exclusively at David Jones next week.

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J. LO WEARS AUSSIE LABEL

POP icon, Jennifer Lopez, has given Sydney brand, Lover, a plug on prime time TV. The US American Idol host wore the $795 Arizona lace dress, on the judging panel, and designer Susien Chong is thrilled.

Jennifer Lopez loved the dress and gave Sydney designer, Susien Chong, a plug on US TV. Picture: Frederick M. Brown

Jennifer Lopez loved the dress and gave Sydney designer, Susien Chong, a plug on US TV. Picture: Frederick M. BrownSource:Getty Images

“Jennifer always looks beautiful and polished. It’s the first time she has worn Lover, and it’s always exciting to see someone new in our collection,’’ Chong said.

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NEW COOL VINTAGE

FOR those looking for a vintage fix, Lee Mathews has unveiled her personal archive.

The Sydney designer launched LM Archiver, on Friday, a capsule of one-off finds from around the globe.

A resurrected piece of clothing.

A resurrected piece of clothing.Source:News Corp Australia

With some pieces dating back to the Edwardian era, each item has been carefully resurrected and repaired. One of our favourite styles is this 1960s check netted dress, (pictured) $350.

 

[Source:- News.au]