NEW YORK — The first pair of jeans was actually cut from canvas. Now, some denim collections are revisiting that notion with splatters of paint and bleach, along with rips and tears. Here, Polo Jeans’ denim shorts worn with a cotton and linen henley and cotton voile camisole, photographed in the Williamsburg studio of painter Stephanie Brody-Lederman. For more, see photospread Art School.
This story first appeared in the November 20, 2003 issue of WWD. Subscribe Today.