At this point, we've completely stopped asking questions regarding why does a trend exist, because people don't get that if something can be done, doesn't mean it should be!
Exactly when you thought you had seen everything with regards to unusual denim patterns – case in point, Topshop's PVC panels or Re/Done's High-Rise A** Rip Jeans – another fashion designer joins in with maybe the most unreasonable bit piece of clothing ever. Enter, thong jeans!
Undoubtedly the most scandalous pair yet to have graced the fashion world, renowned fashion designer Thibaut disclosed a couple of jeans that uncover your whole bum at the Amazon Fashion Week in Tokyo.
The risque style appeared as a component of the brand's Spring Summer 2018 collection and took cut-out jeans to an unheard of level with the front and back panels of the legs totally removed, leaving only the creases.
Styled with a nude bodysuit and a couple of scruffy New Balance trainers, the model donning the pair casually walked down the runway with her back on full view and, while we're accustomed to seeing offbeat trends hitting the shelves, however, is this crossing the line?
Various Twitter users undoubtedly seem to think so. Raising in excess of a couple of eyebrows on the web, the hardly-there fashion trend sent design fans into a frenzy with one individual saying, "Thong jeans exist now and weren't that one of the signs of the beginning of the end!"
Another user hilariously chimed in, "Meanwhile, throwing your jeans under a lawn mower seems to be the new fashion. Thong Jeans," A third added, "I won't even wear thong underwear. There's no easy I'm wearing thong jeans."
I won't even wear thong underwear. There's no easy I'm wearing thong jeans.— Faerie Dragon 💖💜💙 (@Faerie_Dragon) October 19, 2017
The rather offbeat pair isn't out yet, however, in the event that you need to make your very own edition, there's a truly straightforward hack. Simply take a couple of scissors and close your eyes as you go crazy on them. The less fabric, the better.
And that rhymes with P and that stands for Poo!— Faerie Dragon 💖💜💙 (@Faerie_Dragon) October 19, 2017
Which is what these jeans are worth. 😛
Once you're done with that, you'll have your very own pair of 'thong jeans' in the blink of an eye and be the jealousy of definitely nobody! While some people are eager to get their hands on the pair, it's not the first offbeat jeans trend to have hit the market.
Previously, we've had Alexander McQueen's 1993 'bumster' jeans that sat a few inches lower than the typical placement to uncover the top segment of the back. Additionally, Asos' bum-exposing pair and a joint effort between designer streetwear brand Vetements and Levi’s that saw a zipper run down the center of the derriere likewise shocked customers globally.