South Korean clothing brand Leje has made a splash amongst social media users as it recently debuted a series of uniquely designed “slashed jeans.”
The bizarre-looking jeans are part of Leje’s 2021 collection and give off the illusion of your jeans having been slashed by a samurai or ninja, according to its Instagram posts.
The jeans, which have a pre-order price of US$375 a pair (around NT$10,517) are apparently sliced during production and intentionally sewed on unevenly to complete the quirky look.
According to foreign media reports, the jeans have since been under heated discussion on the internet with some scratching their hands trying their best to understand the design concept while others called it a masterpiece and deemed it “ingenious.”
One Twitter user was quoted as saying they loved the “radically creative art” while another admitted they were trying their hardest to comprehend the beauty of it but seemed to be at a loss.
Love them or hate them, the jeans will surely be a hit once it’s officially released on the market.