NEW YORK — Heading into 2003, jeans executives admitted they’re concerned that no new strong denim fashion trends have yet to emerge to draw shoppers into the stores to buy another pair.

The last big ideas to hit the market were the now-ubiquitous low-rise cuts and hand-sanded whiskers, intended to give jeans an antique feel.

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