Trend Alert: OnePiece JumpIn Suits Make Their Way to SoCal
Introducing the latest craze in fashion, meet the OnePiece Jump In. Though the name pretty much says it all, it is probably not at all what you are picturing in your mind. If you are celeb follower, you may have already seen some familiar faces in these get-ups like Justin Beiber, Kate Moss, Katy Perry, and Perez Hilton—just to name a few.
Catalina Rodriguez (from Cougars, Inc.)
at OnePiece LA Store launch.
These new high-end casual jumpsuits can be worn just about anywhere you want to be comfortable and trendy; shopping, movies, running errands, when you are flying, for lazy days around the house, and have even been spotted being worn with a pair of pumps for a comfy yet fashionable day.
The OnePiece is available in various patterns and colors, including the standard Nordic snowflake-style motif. These comfy suits are made of quality, fleecy cotton with a zipper that starts at the crotch and goes all the way up to the top of the hood.
The OnePiece idea was thought up by none other than by three hung-over Norwegians (Thomas Adams, Hernia NØstrud, and Knut Gresvig) in 2007, when they had the idea to sew a hooded sweatshirt and a pair of sweatpants together connecting the two with a giant zipper. The Original OnePiece was born, and was an instant success amongst Norwegians, and quickly spreading to the anxiously waiting British market.
The OnePiece founders. From left: Knut, Thomas & Henrik
In addition to their stores in Sweden and London, OnePiece has recently launched their new flagship store in Los Angeles. Located at 103 South Robertson Boulevard, the new store features the trendy OnePiece suits in dozens of colors and styles, including the new summer 2011 line. And because the OnePiece Jump In is unisex, the store is a fabulous shopping experience for men and women alike. If you can’t make your way to one of the OnePiece stores, you can get your OnePiece Jump In suit online at www.onepiece.com. OnePiece Jump In suits range in price from $100-$330, depending on the style and materials. They have a fabulous website, complete with sizing and ordering guidelines as well.