1970s Calvin Klein Jeans

 

 

Though the origin of the designer jean in the 1970s is largely credited to Elio Fiorucci, Calvin Klein will probably always be remembered as the father of the cult of designer denim, thanks in large part to his hugely successful advertising campaign shot by Richard Avedon featuring Brooke Shields, and coyly captioned with 'Nothing comes between me and my Calvins' . The jeans that launched a thousand imitators, these are slim, straight cut with 5 pocket styling, in a dark blue denim the fabric content is 99% cotton and 1% polyurethane for that terrific curve hugging character that looked so fabulous on Brooke and alot of other disco-manic women. Waist measures 29", hip (at bottom of zipper) 36", rise 12.5", inseam 28".  Excellent condition with little or no fade.  sold