How low can it go was the old mantra in the denim world. For Los Angeles-based Goa, it’s how high can the price of jeans be taken. The year-old company, known for its embellished velour track sets featuring studs, sequins, threads and Asian motifs worn by Britney Spears and Penélope Cruz, has incorporated the same style philosophy into a new spring line of denim that can fetch up to $200 wholesale.

That price will buy a complicated pair of jeans: a 13- to 16-inch-wide bell-bottom in a dirty wash layered with Indian tapestry around the calf and beads hand-woven through the tattered threads on the knees. Hand-grinding, splattered paint and inside knee patches are also part of the details.

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