Henry & Belle - an essential element of celebrity style as seen on Kourtney Kardashian Amy Adams
Young fashion designer, Henry Mann, met fitting model, Belle, in Chicagoâ€™s garment district in 1931. In 1932, Henry and Belle couldnâ€™t contain their love and got married. From then on Belle served as Henryâ€™s muse, the sole inspiration behind every collection he designed.
Henryâ€™s design and vision were made possible with all the new materials and Belleâ€™s knowledge of fit, movement and feel. However, leaving the fashion industry she loved, Belle made a decision to give up her modeling career and become a volunteer philanthropist. Henry continues to see Belle as a vision of perfection, thus creating Henry & Belle, a family company that continues today with a commitment to philanthropy.
Today, Henry & Belleâ€™s modern muse is â€œthe kind of woman who believes that looking out for others is just as important as looking good. She knows how to turn heads â€“ and change minds. When the line between inner beauty and outer beauty is erased: thatâ€™s the Belle Effect,â€ as perfectly stated on their website.
Belle Mann has always has a profound appreciation for the legendary fashion houses of Paris. Made-to-order designs were made possible through multiple fittings. Luckily, with todayâ€™s new fabric technology, Henry & Belle jeans are able to attain that unique fit and feel. Henry & Belle jeans are constructed of Supima cotton, Lycra-based weaves and moss denims for a true indigo color.
Henry & Belle has been featured in WWD, People Style Watch, InStyle, Us Weekly, Redbook, Cosmopolitan, Womenâ€™s Health Magazine, Life & Style, Good Housekeeping and more. Celebrities who love this brand include Emma Roberts, Eva Longoria, Olivia Palermo, Kourtney Kardashian, Ali Larter, [Hilary Duff|/hilaryduff.html], Katherine Heigl, Emmy Rossum and many more.