Admit that these Fendi jeans are magnificent.
On sale at Neiman Marcus for just $2,250, they are sure to win admiring glances from goats, sheep, and llamas.
They’ll be going, “Look, someone forgot to finish shearing off her coat!”
They won’t really notice the classic five pocket skinny cut or the cotton/spandex fabric.
But you’ll feel like a million bucks for getting such a great deal, if you wear IT size 6 or 10.
I’m not sure if I want ‘bucks’ to be a pun here.
Yes! Let’s have it be a pun.
I don’t know what else to say about this special piece except that someone at Fendi needs to die.
Why do these jeans by Roberto Cavalli cost $5,770?
Two words: Allover applique. (I know, ‘all over’ is usually two words but not in the description by Moda Operandi, one of my favorite fashion websites.)
Medium wash, 98 per cent cotton, 2 per cent elastane. Shit allover the place. Dry clean only.
I’m sure that plenty of time and effort were involved in producing these jeans but I have so many problems with them!
The 60’s are over, for starters.
And really, what message are you sending when you wear this? Are people supposed to think you sewed on the patches yourself? That you “found” the jeans in a thrift store? That they were once your mom’s and she wore them to Woodstock?
Or that you’re an imbecile who would spend nearly 6 thousand bucks for a pair of jeans?
Maybe they’re for Cher. Some woman in Neiman Marcus once confided to me that Roberto Cavalli is one of Cher’s favorite brands. This was like 100 years ago but I’m still offended that she thought this was a selling point.
Anyway, ew. Make them go away!
“A shredded faded denim Faith Connexion skirt with the look of an oversized jacket. Snap closure. Unlined.”
Okay but why not just buy a huge denim jacket from a thrift-shop and tie it around your waist, if you want this look? At $501 (reduced from the original price of $836) you have to be really, really stupid to buy this tragic item.
Let’s check out the rear view:
Nope, not impressed.
Here’s a note about the brand.
The sleek, citified sensibility behind Faith Connexion apparel is inspired by elements of architecture and a pared-down, Parisian street-chic aesthetic.
Oh please. Just take it away.