Designer Jeans
March 9, 2004 3:01 PM   Subscribe

I'm looking for a pair of jeans I saw someone wearing on the street today. I think I saw the same pair on Gwyneth Paltrow in People recently. They're women's jeans, low-rise, dark-ish, expensive looking, (hot!). They have a horizontal seam across the knee and snaps the size of nickels down the outside of the pant leg from knee to ankle. I've called several department stores and looked online, but I just can't seem to find them again. Help?
posted by bonheur to Shopping (6 answers total)
make your own.


i had a friend who would make jeans like this and charge people 500 bucks for them. she just copied the idea from some designer who was charging 1500 for the same design.

if you go to a craft store, you could probably find the materials you need.
posted by Stynxno at 6:13 PM on March 9, 2004

sounds like Diesel -- maybe Lankoe?
posted by amberglow at 6:19 PM on March 9, 2004

wish i could remember where, maybe do a google search for "gweneth paltrow pregnant" but i remember reading that some journalist scooped the pregnancy because gp had ordered a dozen pairs of her favorite jeans in larger sizes. it was a brand i had not heard of. might be the lankoe.
posted by centrs at 10:38 PM on March 9, 2004

Reo Starr?
posted by biscotti at 12:04 AM on March 10, 2004

It's a maybe.
But they are hot.
posted by johnny7 at 12:53 AM on March 10, 2004

I understand that Gywnnie has been wearing jeans from Earl Jean

I see nothing on their website, but I also don't see the brand new ones that my wife maybe its not a catalogue as such...

They do make some very funky jeans...

If you are in the UK - then heat magazine often has features on the fashion of the 'celebs' and always include the label names etc... maybe worth flicking through some back issues... I've definately seen features on jeans in there...
posted by mattr at 3:55 AM on March 10, 2004

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