NEW YORK — Demand in the $5 billion women’s jeans market has eased from its peak in recent years, leaving denim vendors to seek new ways of sparking consumer enthusiasm for the basic product. But suppliers are confident the fabric will keep a prominent place in the world’s wardrobe and designers will always treat it like a blank canvas. After years where a variety of washes and low-rise styles dominated, now it’s all in the details. From painted designs to embellishments, brands are creating eye-catching looks.

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