Balenciaga Overprint Baggy Trousers in Black,Abstract Self: 100% cottonPocket Lining: 65% poly 35% cotton. Made in Italy. Dry clean only. Zip fly with button fastening. 5-pocket design. 5-pocket design. Screen print logo detail throughout. BALF-MP21. 626130-TEW35-1052. About the designer: CristÃ³bal Balenciaga started his couture house back in 1918, influencing the next century of fashion with his dramatic, sculptural silhouettes. In 2015, the brand announced that Demna Gvasalia would be taking over as the new creative director, bringing his signature edge to the classic luxury fashion house.
All Over Print Baggy Cotton Denim Jeans In Grey
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LOGO-PRINT HIGH-RISE WIDE-LEG JEANS
Balenciaga - Balenciaga's tongue-in-cheek approach to familiar graphic design is mirrored by the white logos emblazoned across these dark grey jeans, which are inspired by typography for TV shows. Captured in the Pre-AW20 lookbook, they're crafted in Italy from denim to sit low on the waist and fall to wide, loose legs, then accented by silver hardware.
ALL OVER PRINT BAGGY COTTON DENIM JEANS
High waisted. Front button and concealed zip closure. All over print placement may vary. Five pockets. Baggy fit. Sample size: S
BALENCIAGA MEN'S PINK COTTON JEANS
JEANS BALENCIAGA, COTTON 98%, ELASTANE 2%, color PINK, FW20, product code 626130TEW351052
WIDE-LEG LOGO-PRINT DENIM JEANS
Balenciaga's irreverent approach to designer logos evolves even more this season. Cut from slightly faded black denim, these jeans are printed with the house moniker in fonts that nod to a range of pop culture sources, you'll also spot the 'Speedhunters' slogan from one of Mr Demna Gvasalia's recent collections. Balance the extra wide-leg shape with a pair of chunky sneakers. Wear it with: Vetements T-shirt, Balenciaga Bag, Balenciaga Hat, Balenciaga Sunglasses.
The House Of Balenciaga A fashion house founded by Cristóbal Balenciaga in 1918, this Spanish born designer was known for his unmatchable eye to detail in the art of couture making. His pieces showed uncompromising standards which led the designer Christian Dior to refer to Balenciaga as the "the master of us all". Trademarks of Balenciaga's where evident as he progressed. Odd, feminine, yet undoubtedly modern shapes where some of the many. Balenciaga was also known for starting his shows with a Little Black dress in the season's cut, but put to work his architecturally driven mind to derive an ultra modern form of what was once a traditional LBD, into a highly sought after "IT" piece.