And the season’s wave of denim weirdness continues.
Experimental, Parisian streetwear model Ben Taverniti Unravel Undertaking is now promoting high-end slacks billed as “inside-out impact jeans.”
True to their description, the jeans just about resemble extraordinary skinnies peeled off on the finish of a sweaty day.
One model of the not-so-reversible denim comes with unusual lengths of black silk connected on the waistband — nearly like stockings adhered by static cling.
The precise, entrance pocket reads, “TO CREATE SOMETHING NEW YOU MUST FIRST DESTROY.”
The collateral injury consists of your pockets: The look’s authentic asking value was a whopping $1,100.
(Evidently, there were few takers for the trainwreck trousers, as retailer Farfetch just lately slashed the value by over $700, to a still-ridiculous $348.)
A more subdued type, sans hanging silks, is on the market for a cool $551.
And should you’re available in the market for inside-out, button-fly booty shorts (who isn’t?), these infants will be yours for 445 bucks.
The jean-ius trend label, beloved by Kendall Jenner and miscellaneous Hadids, has been producing uncommon denim creations since 2015.
Working example: this “belt” comprised of a denim waistband that truly has loopholes for a second belt, should you’re feeling so daring. The merchandise is at the moment sold out on Web-A-Porter.