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SS03 Junya Watanabe x 10 Corso Como Graffiti Hand Painted Denim

SS03 Junya Watanabe x 10 Corso Como Graffiti Hand Painted Denim


Measurements & Condition


Waist - 34 in / 86.5 cm

Inseam - 27.5 in / 70 cm

Leg Opening - 8.75 in / 22 cm

Front Rise - 11.5 in / 11.5 cm

Thigh - 10.75 in / 10.75 cm

Knee - 9 in / 9 cm


Condition 9/10

  • Junya Watanabe’s Spring 2003 collection was created in partnership with 10 Corso Como, an Italian art gallery in Milan. Founded by Carla Sozzani in 1990, the space celebrates all mediums of expression, including music, fashion, design and cuisine culture. In recent history, the namesake has branched into apparel of its own, undertaking creative direction as an eponymous brand. Amassing a niche yet cult-like following through collaborative efforts with Maison Margiela and CDG, today 10 Corso Como retains a distinct consumer basis among archivists alike.


    Debuting in the Spring 2003 collection, this pair of denim features sporadic, hand painted graffiti detailing. Beginning at the waist band and fading down the leg, paint ventures outside the stencil to create an aged, personal effect. Reading “Comme des Garçons Corso Como” atop an indigo base, the bottoms are complete with metallic accents in a Levi’s 503 cut. Tagged as a size 32x32, in great condition throughout.

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