Jayime Jeans Rips onto the Denim Scene

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Denim Art for Every Woman

Jayime Jeans, a new line of premium denim aimed at the edgy female with lux-fashion tastes, announces the creation of its Fall 2008 collection.    

Promising traffic-stopping "denim couture" style coupled with meticulous attention to workmanship and detail, the jeans carry suggested retail price tags ranging from $139-$199 for the Jaes'D Collection and $150-$650 for the Couture and Art House Collections. Jayime has also created the very unique, 3N1 jean as her signature piece for $275. This versatile style buttons at the knees and ankles to make the same jean either boot-cut, straight, and skinny depending on the mood of the wearer.

Designer, Jayime Bailey, grew up an "orchid in the mud", as she says. Traveling across the country, Bailey gathered creative inspiration from the different places she called home and by watching her father immerse himself in music. As an adult, she has made the decision to create "extremely sexy pieces out of denim". The evolution of her designs has separated into two unique collections. One being artistically guttural and the other being very street savvy, "something every woman would want to wear", says Bailey.

The Jayime Jeans collection is for women who prefer cutting edge denim over frilly silks and satins. She is an individual who appears to be hard on the outside, which is just a cover for her determined soul. Jayime Jeans epitomizes every independent woman who is not afraid to set her own bold standards of style.

Jayime Jeans will debut at MAGIC in Las Vegas February 12-15, 2008.

About Jayime Jeans
Jayime Jeans is a contemporary denim brand of luxury attainable jeans for the determined, soulful young woman. It was created by Jayime Bailey, a determined girl herself. The first collections, designed for Spring and Fall 2008, are available at http://www.jayimejean.com.

Heather Witbeck                        
aLine media                        


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