Save the denim. This is the pet cause of Faux Jean
, a high-fashion pop-rock outfit that spreads the gospel of fake denim wherever it goes. Hop on the sextet's bandwagon, and there's potentially a prize in it for you. To enter this propagandistic contest, visit the Faux Jean Web site (fauxjean.com
) and head to the Shows page, where there's a link at the bottom to an "I [heart] Fake Denim" poster. Print the poster, take a picture of yourself with it at a recognizable Kansas City landmark, and e-mail that photo to the band. Do not take the photo at the denim wall at the Gap. Even if every city didn't already have a Gap, this is high
fashion, not mall
fashion. The photo of the month scores a T-shirt, so the winner can look sharp, too. These fashionistas, led by the band's namesake, Faux Jean, and his lady cohort, Jean Angel, also play catchy, glammed-out rock songs that conjure images of an intricately decorated garage with harmony puddles where the oil stains should be.