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SS06 Comme Des Garçons Homme Plus Rolling Stones Split Logo Trousers

SS06 Comme Des Garçons Homme Plus Rolling Stones Split Logo Trousers


Measurements & Condition 


Waist - 32 in / 81.25 cm 

Inseam - 30 in / 76.25 cm

Leg Opening - 8.25 in / 21 cm

Front Rise - 10.25 in / 26 cm

Thigh - 10 in / 25.5 cm

Knee - 8.5 in / 22 cm


Condition 9/10

  • Rei Kawakubo’s Spring 2006 collection paid homage to legendary rock collective, The Rolling Stones, plastering their “Tongue and Lips” logo on garments of all sorts. Ranging from suits to trousers and knitwear, the motif was created in 1970 by John Paschee, a London college student, and was first seen on the Stones’ 1971 hit album - ‘Sticky Fingers’. Now synonymous with pop and rebellious youth culture, the emblem was originally sold for a miniscule £50 and has since been auctioned for a staggering $92,500 USD. Garnering worldwide attention as the band’s legacy continues to grow, the protruding tongue revolts against a mantra of class bands like The Beatles had instilled, pioneering a new age in rock n’ roll. 


    Sitting on a pinstripe trouser base, the notorious Rolling Stones’ logo sits on the back pocket in a cherry red hue. In stark contrast with a black cotton textile, the modified trademark is slit and dismembered into three separate pieces, potentially speaking to the act of “biting your tongue”, or being silenced. In pristine condition throughout, tagged as a size medium or 32x30. 

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