A beautiful pair of deconstructed trousers from Comme des Garcons Homme Plus. Created in 2002, these pants feature an elegant slim fit and a bold design twist that plays with our understanding of how pants are put together. The contrast lining along the front of the pant is exposed on a center seam, stitched in stepped layers with the edges left raw. For this one seam, the stitching was reversed and the result reveals the amazing 'interior' of the garment--satin purple lining with a woven circular emblem pattern. In addition, the lining is visible when the pants are worn cuffed. This pair of pants is concise in its gesture and extravagantly simple, overlaying a snaking woven jacquard pattern on the archetypical 'plain grey trouser'. Finished with an invisible hook and eye clasp waist closure, zipper fly, slash side pockets, and side button straps to cinch for a tighter fit in lieu of belt loops.
Made in Japan
9/10 Condition, with no rips, stains, or tears. Some fraying on the front stripe as is intended.