Whether it's Larry David moving from executive producer to star, or John Tesh going from hosting Entertainment Tonight to being the "entertainment" tonight, curatorial expertise can lead to impressive primary creations. Get that power in your pants with SEXI04 from Kiya Babzani, the festishistic denim force behind Mission boutique Self Edge
KB's teamed up with Australia's Imperial Denim to produce his own super-limited line, available this Saturday the 19th at noon -- commemorating Dior's iconic 19cm jean cut, and the age at which you began considering likelier career paths than "Giants slugger" or "doctor".
All 125 pair (100 blue, 25 black) are slim cut from premium Japanese selvage and detailed with gold stitching and black thread accents on the rear pockets (the twin focal points of your "come hither", Born in the USA-era Springsteen impersonation).
To individualize your trou, Edge'll break out their vintage Union Special Chainstitcher -- responsible for the outseam-reinforcing, interlocked stitching you may've seen proudly running the length of a jean nerd's leg, provided his pants were cuffed, or lustily peeled off and thrown inside-out on the floor
The SEXI04s are expected to sell out fast. Miss them, and you can still pick up jeany goodness from Flat Head, Sugar Cane, or a denim collaboration between Dry Bones and Guitar Wolf -- a Japanese Ramones knockoff, who make up for what they lack in intelligibility by sounding absolutely nothing like John Tesh.