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Channel the '70s With Groovy New Line de Chemin Jeans

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Photos courtesy of de Chemin Jeans
Photos courtesy of de Chemin Jeans

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Besides disco, rollerskates and feathered hair, the 1970s were known for bell-bottom jeans. One of the main proprietors of the wide-legged denim craze was Chemin de Fer, whose styles currently go for a pretty penny on eBay.

Because everyone loves a comeback, the iconic label founder's son, Jason Gaon, introduces de Chemin Jeans. Actress Chloe Moretz's favorite new line is designed and produced in Los Angeles and is "engineered to enhance the appearance of your bottom," according to the brand. Besides bells, the line also features boyfriend and skinny styles.

To guarantee a flattering fit every time, each pair is constructed with more than twelve pattern pieces of stretch fabric and includes strategically placed reverse yokes on the back. The waistband is also sculpted to frame your shape and the hip detailing is "inspired by aerodynamic designs to lengthen the legs." Fancy. Look out for de Chemin when it hits stores this spring.
· de Chemin Jeans [Official Site]
· Koral Los Angeles is Bringing Sexy Back to Denim [Racked]