Torn between low-waisted denim or mom-jeans? There’s a brand new denim trend that’s sure to be your savior from every fashion faux pas. If you thought Paris was the last word in fashion, wait till you see this Ukrainian designer’s newest creation! Ksenia Schnaider has recently unveiled ‘Asymmetric Jeans,’ on her Instagram.
Intrigued? These bizarre jeans feature one fitted leg and one flared leg!
If we’re being honest, denim trends have been a runway staple for years. After all, you do seek variety when you live in jeans. Luckily, Schnaider came to the rescue with her exclusive creation. The designer said that the much-talked-about jeans will soon be offered for $377 (approx Rs 26,800) on her web site. Take a look at the quirky design sported by this model in a black-hue-
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The most interesting part is that this style is not entirely new. Yes, folks, Ksenia Schnaider often experiments with denim creations. Her demi-jeans are a kind of jorts-and-jeans mash-up. These added fuel to the viral fashion fire last summer.
In fact, they were sported by fashion icons like Bella and Gigi Hadid. See for yourself-
The unique style ensured that demi-jeans sold out worldwide last year. If you’re still lusting after that creation, your wait is over. Get your hands on Schnaider’s latest design. The asymmetric jeans are finally here and have garnered mixed reviews from netizens.
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“So far, some people have loved the asymmetric jeans, but others have asked me if they’re some kind of joke,” laughs Schnaider.
“I was told the idea was too crazy and that nobody needs jeans like this, so I gave up on the idea for a couple of seasons, but in the end I decided to go for it,” the designer told Dazed.
“It’s good to get people talking, and they’re definitely going to make people turn their heads as you walk by!” she proclaimed.
We agree that it’s certainly a bold new fashion choice. Would you care to try it?