Levi’s + Gaultier = Bingo!

I’ve never stopped loving Levi’s, same as disneyrollergirl and my friend Mark (who has curated 60 pairs.) Levi’s has always been around, making high quality jeans that almost anyone can afford.   Once in a while they collaborate with big names like Comme des Garcons, House of Holland, and Andy Warhol.

Their new collaboration with Gaultier proves that you CAN wear denim with denim, since these two pieces can be purchased separately but look perfect together.

I’m not too sure what’s going on with these harem pants but clearly they would obscure one’s flat asymmetrical ass with all that fabric.

I would hoard wear these things if only I had some money. Later on I’d probably have to sell them on eBay but I’d still love to get my hands on them.

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20 Responses to Levi’s + Gaultier = Bingo!

  1. TheShoeGirl says:

    By “bingo” I’m assuming you mean that the geriatrics that play bingo can comfortably wear their adult diapers while wearing that first pair?

  2. Romeo says:

    Yeah, it looks like someone who tried out for the California Raisins was rejected and ended up dressing like a prune. The top looks good though.

  3. Sister Wolf says:

    ShoeGirl – Be very very careful when you say ‘geriatric’ around me. But yes, the diapers would fit nicely inder there.

    Romeo – For someone who looks like a psycho killer, you are surprisingly opinionated!

  4. TheShoeGirl says:

    Oh please. You are nowhere near and you know it.

  5. Sister Wolf says:

    ShoeGirl – I love how you can write from China! You having fun?? IS there Starbucks there??

  6. Sheri says:

    Maybe it’s just me, but the “harem” pants seem to be nothing short of ridiculous.
    You would wear these? Really?

  7. David Duff says:

    ‘Sis’, I worry about you sometimes!

  8. Faux Fuchsia says:

    Mr Gaulitier does a navy and white fisherman’s tshirt in every collection-I love this level of commitment.

    Sister, how do you cope with snarky comments? Do you feel sad? Laugh it off? Call a friend? Or do they not bother you?

  9. Cricket9 says:

    Uh, no. I’m 5’2, I could just as as well wear a rumpled denim curtain. Or a denim crinoline.

  10. Ann says:

    You have always loved the harem pants! I have an ass, thighs and hips and know what I look like in such garments, so I don’t share the love. I don’t think anyone over a size 2 could pull them off.

    The top, I love. I’d wear the hell out of that, double denim or not.

  11. Yes, yes to all. Ugh, if only there was no such thing as credit card debt.

  12. HelOnWheels says:

    One of my favorite brands and my favorite designer together??!!! HEAVEN!! Too bad, like Cricket, I barely break 5’3″ and would look like an OompaLoompa in the pants. But that top! Must have it, if it’s possible to wear alone.

  13. sketch42 says:

    Holy shitballs.Thats fucking infuriating.

    Wanna see what happens when you take Chanel + hay=


  14. erika says:

    This is awful, really bad. I don’t understand what is going on there and isn’t the harem pants thing way over ?

  15. MMMichelle says:

    I have to disagree with your claim of Levis being “quality” They are not made in America, and quality control is zero now. I will buy the cheap jeans at forever 21 and get more for my money. And yes, I’m in the fashion industry, I know what quality really means, and what to look for. A size 34 waist should be the same on all pants. They are not. The belt loops pulled right off, the grain was almost bias, and the side seam wrapped around the leg. Quality indeed. And this was not one pair….

  16. erika says:

    Levi’s used to be quality until they moved out of American manufacturing. Just like Converse. It’s totally not the same any more.

  17. Sister Wolf says:

    You fucking philistines! Baaaah!

    MMMichelle – I’ve curated 3 pairs of Levi’s over the last couple of years and they are all great. I got them all from a Levi’s flagship store, though. There are tons of counterfeit Levi’s around, and if you look closely at the red label, you can usually tell. Or maybe I’ve just been very lucky. I LOVE how you point out that you’re in the fashion industry.

    Faux Fuchsia – I enjoy negative comments, don’t you??

    fashionherald – Thank god for you.

  18. Cricket9 says:

    Sketch 42, my eyes, my eyes! I’d like to know who’s which “artist” designed these, and stuff them in his/her throat. Seriously – we need to take action…

  19. TheShoeGirl says:

    SW- I love that you write often enough that I get a little happiness in China. You are my “happy ending”.

    YES! There is a Starbucks. A real one. (there is a fake Hyatt called the Hyiatt so you never know really.)
    Also- Gwen mixes her reds a lot. Usually when I see her apply its MAC or NARS’s dragon girl, which I of course curated as soon as I could because I thought maybe it would make me a little bit closer to being her… ha.


  20. Suspended says:

    I love Gaultier (wearing a Breton tops as I type) but denim corsets don’t sit easy with me. The corset is an item of stern shape, impeccable craft and powerful, seductive femininity. To see it reduced to a fat strap, backless, shapeless, dungaree apron, makes my toes curl.

    The jeans, strangely, don’t bother me.

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