Undercover SS2003 "Scab" Patchwork Pants

Undercover SS2003 "Scab" Patchwork Pants


SS2003 “Scab” was Jun’s debut at Paris fashion week, and to say he made the most of it would be to undersell his triumph. It established him as both a visually gifted designer, and one with a unique point of view to express. It elevated the classic DIY punk look by focusing on tailoring in a way rarely attempted by the masters of such an aesthetic. Models stalked the runway in rebuilt clothing, with jagged stitches and hanging threads. Pieces hung and draped down their limbs, but clung tight to their torsos. Jun won universal praise from fashion critics, and did so on his own terms.

These pants are a delicate translation of the trousers worn by Japanese crust punks, a scene Jun aimed to express in a more refined, high fashion sense. The most iconic technique employed this season was the hand-done scab stitching, which is prominently displayed here. Alongside the meticulousness reconstruction are exposed zippers, D-rings at the waist, and tassels which can be worn hanging free, or tied off around the D-rings. Features a subtle flare down the legs as well.

Condition: 9/10. No significant flaws. All distressing is intentional.

Tagged size: Medium - from the Women’s collection. See measurements for reference.

Waist: 15in

Thigh: 10in

Inseam: 31in

Hem: 8in

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