It's been a weird year for jeans. Companies have sold $425 jeans pre-stained with mud . . . ones that are totally see-through . . . ones with detachable legs that convert to jorts . . . and ones that reveal an adjustable amount of butt crack.
And the newest stupid jeans are . . . TOTALLY CROTCHLESS. A French company called Y/Project made jeans that are basically a denim belt with a few straps that attach to the legs . . . so your entire pelvic region is completely uncovered.
And they can be yours for $570. Please don't buy them.
(WCMH) - Not to be outdone by the RompHim, Lacey Shorts or pre-dirtied jeans, these crotchless jeans hope to be the next big thing. The "Detachable Button Down Pants" are made by Y/Project, a Paris-based clothing brand. The "pants" are essentially a denim waist belt holding up two pant legs with adjustable straps.