It's a nice surprise to see something commonplace executed with a twist -- wallets made of duct tape, panties made of "edible"... Spice up your wardrobe staple, with KOhZO denim
Out of Switzerland, KOhZO makes 100% natural jeans constructed using unusual "ingredients" -- the same claim you make for your cooking, though the secret's almost always Bac~Os. Now in LA: a line made from a blend of cotton and moisture-absorbent silk (stays cooler in summer, warmer in winter), and another model incorporating light, smoothly textured Japanese "washi paper" -- surprisingly washable, unlike the new-pants credit card receipts that'll turn to pulp in its pockets. Even their more standard jeans have uncommon touches: the straight-up-cotton model's made from hand-picked material from Zimbabwe (apparently the world's boutique fiber capital) and dyed with 100% vintage indigo (old pigment that lived to dye another day)
Though not yet available here, the brand also makes jeans with kevlar, mud, fruit, and cannabis -- though when your pants are made of drugs, everything looks like it's been executed with a twist.