THE MOST ICONIC JEANS IN FASHION HISTORY

BATD ON Mar 28, 2014 AT 3:21 pm

by Annie Vischer

Kate Moss.

Kate Moss.

Spring means florals, festivals, pastels and a whole load of denim. We’re celebrating its return to our every day wardrobes with a look some iconic denim wearers from years-gone-by, and the styles that will give you the same look today. Who could forget the ruckus caused by Brooke Shields’ first ad for Calvin Klein jeans, or the boyfriend jean trend that was firmly kicked off by Kate Moss lounging topless on Mark Wahlberg’s knee. Debbie Harry made anything she wore a trend, her waist-high stonewashed jeans being no exception. The 70s were the decade of the flares, as is so beautifully portrayed by a Nike-shod Farrah Fawcett riding a skate board. And today? Think all of the above, plus the ripped and distressed look that Georgia May Jagger pouted to perfection in her first Hudson jeans ad.

Brooke Shields.

Brooke Shields.

Wrangler Jess High Wast Jeans (£75.00).

Debbie Harry.

Debbie Harry.

Levi High Rise Skinny Jeans (£90.00).

Kate Moss.

Kate Moss.

Boyfriend Jeans.

Boyfriend Jeans.

Current Elliott The Boyfriend Cropped Straight-Leg Jean (£230.00), Poor Boy Boyfriend Jean (£35.00).

Georgia May Jagger.

Georgia May Jagger.

 ASOS Brady Low Rise Slim Fit Jeans in Vintage Wash (£38.00).

Farrah Fawcett.

Farrah Fawcett.

 Current Elliot Low Bell Flared Jeans (£205.00).

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