Comme des Garçons Homme Olive Reconstructed Jeans - AD2000

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Comme des Garçons Homme Olive Reconstructed Jeans - AD2000


    Comme des Garçons, Rei Kawakubo has been subverting cultural normative and industry traditions for years and has spawned an empire within the sphere of fashion and art. Kawakubo began her ascent in the fashion world in 1969 when she established the label. It was during the early ’70s when her collection was shown in Tokyo that she developed her craft and attention to detail. By 1981 she had garnered enough support that she was able to show in Paris for the first time, shocking the establishment at the time with her oversized, dark, and unconventional garments. In an epoch when designers favored more gaudy and hyper-sexualized styles, Kawakubo challenged what was considered flattering on a woman's body. Since then the brand has grown to include many sub-labels and multiple designers, with Kawakubo remaining as the creative force for the label and her husband Adrian Joffe handling the business-oriented side, including the renowned retail space Dover Street Market. These reconstructed pants are done in a cotton-poly blend. They feature a split seam along the front and back of the right leg, with contrasting red lines, orange and blue stitching. The fabric is dyed different colors on the front and back allowing for intricate color variation and fading.

    Size + Fit
    Marked Size M fits true to size 30 inch waist (please refer to measurements).
    30 inch waist
    31.5 inch inseam
    32 inch total length