Back in March, Kendall Jenner stepped out in what seemed to be "invisible pants" that made headlines immediately.
People were confused, it apparently almost broke the internet, and it seems to have perhaps inspired a fashion designer in Japan for her show in October.
Over the years, jeans have come in all shapes and sizes but we had not seen this before: Jeans so shredded and covered in holes that it's almost non-existent. Or just plain clear plastic pants or "clear-knee" jeans.
In the video, we attempted to take a look at how the this particular trend came to be.
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