Butt revealing jeans…revealed!

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Do not adjust your screens: this is not an illustrated guide to what happens if your jeans meet the lawnmower – these jeans are actually supposed to look like that. Yes.

They’re the creation of designer Eric Glennie, who says he has "a complete line of revolutionary designs for men and women," many of which seem to involve taking scissors to denim, closing your eyes and just seeing what happens. We’re still wincing at the third picture in the middle, in which the middle seam of the jean appears to be intact, and winding its way, thong-like, around the crotch (ouch!), but if you think you can stand to see some more, read on…

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Fabulous.

13 Comments

  • April 14, 2008

    Chica

    What the hell…….

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  • April 14, 2008

    Veronika

    revolutionary??? Hahahahahaha

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  • April 14, 2008

    Raluca

    This is not new to me, I must say. In Romania, about 2-3 years ago, there was a girl band who would go around in something like this, pretending they are singing. But they were spending their “concerts” with their back on the public, for obvious reasons…And they were wearing these window-jeans to events, as well. Here is a picture. http://www.click.ro/assets/articole/2008/02/mare_157618_2foto.jpg
    “Enjoy!!!” 😛

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  • April 14, 2008

    Em

    Please tell me this is an installation in an art gallery, and that the artist doesn’t actually expect people to put these atrocities on their bodies.
    Because, as art, it’s kind of interesting to look at, but there’s no way anyone in their right mind would actually wear this.

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  • April 14, 2008

    V

    Holy sh%t! Have you seen the other things on his homepage? This guy thinks he has reinvented the wheel, but he obviously doesn’t understand that some things haven’t been made before because they are just – stupid.
    For instance, I actually thought baseball caps were made to keep the sun out of your eyes? So WHY cut a big hole in it?
    -> Raluca: Seems like a real class act 🙂

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  • April 14, 2008

    Danielle

    There is absolutely nothing revolutionary about what this guy does. Not only that, but they’re hideous!
    Raluca, those girls clearly are in need of attention if they have to wear those pants!

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  • April 14, 2008

    Eva

    The last style can be found quite often in early 16th century Germany (and in other areas influenced by german style), where very tight hosen frequently were slahsed over the knees, thighs and buttocks.
    It’s not one of the historical styles I personally would like to se ecome back, however.

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  • April 14, 2008

    fashionista

    the concept MAY be good;
    the final work DOESN’T.
    i would appreciate it if it’s done by a 5th grade student.
    UGLY. not very creative. do it again.

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  • April 15, 2008

    Haley

    Let’s just hope Brooke Hogan and Britney Spears don’t get wind of this.

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  • April 15, 2008

    Diana

    HAHAHAH yes, I can see Brit in those fugly things!

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  • April 16, 2008

    eric glennie

    What I am showing are prototypes of cutout and cutaway styling for pants, hats, ties, shirt collars, and shirts. My work is a little amateur, but I dont have a lot of people in the fashion business living in Minnesota to work with. I do work with a seamstress in Minneapolis for my shirts, but she cannot help with my other ideas. Thanks fashion police for showing my work and I personally believe you are seeing the future of fashion. With a little bit of guidance from a manufacturer, advice from a professional, and a little luck you may see the most innovative designer in the history of menswear come from the USA. A designer does not need to European to be avant guarde. Embrace the future and Dare to Wear Different. Eric. http://www.ericglennie.com
    There is a lot more than cutaway pants on my website to talk about.

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  • April 16, 2008

    The Fashion Police

    Thanks for commenting, Eric, and for taking it in good part. We will be interested to see what you come up with next!

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  • April 16, 2008

    eric glennie

    Thank you very much for talking about my style, whether good or bad! I have a sense of humor and love to hear the responses. However, I think people may be interested in what I was thinking about when I started cutting out pants. I like the rip pants look and thought it could look better by cutting out rather than ripping the pants. I love women and I especially love how the ripped look exposes female skin in various areas along the leg. This man loves womens legs. So rather than rip, why not cut out the legs of pants in various shapes and patterns to show womens skin in complentary shapes and patterns. You can see that cutting different shapes creates an endless variety of pants leg styles and looks. The actual pant you see is not finished, but I think the idea is revolutionary. I wish I could work with a seamstress that can really show you how beautiful some of these styles are? Thanks again Eric.

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