Pre-Fall 2020 > Women > Pants > CHO - Straight leg jeans - Washed gray
The Cho jeans are cut from rigid denim in a high-rise, straight-leg silhouette, and finished with exaggerated cuffs.

CHO

Regenerated leather
Straight leg jeans
Washed gray

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Description

The Cho jeans are cut from rigid denim in a high-rise, straight-leg silhouette, and finished with exaggerated cuffs and a leather logo patch. The washed-gray hue looks great with a crisp white T-shirt and the coordinating shirt. Finish your look with chunky lace-up boots.

Model is 180 cm (5' 11") tall and wears a size 27.

Body:100% Cotton;Lining:65% Polyester, 35% Cotton

Care information

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Sustainability

Regenerated leather
Regenerated leatherThe backpatch of this item is made using regenerated leather, which helps to close the loop between resource-intensive fabric production and growing piles of textile waste.

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CHO
Regenerated leather
Straight leg jeans
Washed gray

Color

SizeSize guide
Sign up to the newsletter to receive a 15% discount

Description

The Cho jeans are cut from rigid denim in a high-rise, straight-leg silhouette, and finished with exaggerated cuffs and a leather logo patch. The washed-gray hue looks great with a crisp white T-shirt and the coordinating shirt. Finish your look with chunky lace-up boots.

Model is 180 cm (5' 11") tall and wears a size 27.

Body:100% Cotton;Lining:65% Polyester, 35% Cotton

Care information

Wash_and_iron_on_reverse_of_fabric_ Contains_non_textile_parts_of_animal_origin Due_to_the_nature_of_this_fabric

colour_may_transfer_onto_other_garments_or_upholstery_particularly_when_wet

Sustainability

Regenerated leather
Regenerated leatherThe backpatch of this item is made using regenerated leather, which helps to close the loop between resource-intensive fabric production and growing piles of textile waste.

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