The latest in jean underwear is an all-out assault on masculinity

Jeans are still the most popular clothing option in America, but they’re not for everyone.

The latest trend, however, is an assault on the masculine form, a new collection of jeans that takes a decidedly modern approach to masculine style and design.

“I don’t want to call it jeans, because that’s not really what it is,” said designer Elisa Jansi, who has previously collaborated with designers like Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Levi Strauss.

“But I feel like jeans are more than just underwear.

They’re a representation of your personality.

I want people to feel comfortable in a pair of jeans.

I feel that it’s about how you look, and that’s what we’re trying to express through this collection.”

The collection is available in three different styles: a low-top, a medium-top and a high-top.

The low-tops are available in slim fits and fit-ups, while the medium-tops come in a classic fit and a slim fit.

The high-tops, which are available with the optional belt loop, are also available in a slim and a standard fit.

“When I first heard about the jeans I was like, ‘Wow, this is going to be an interesting style,'” said Jansisi, referring to the idea that a jeans can represent the “manifestations of masculinity”.

The jeans are a collection of different styles, all of which have been designed by the Japanese designer Erika Kato.

Kato is known for her collaborations with designers such as Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfinger, and she has also collaborated with adidas, which was founded by her grandfather.

Katsushige Sekiguchi, head of adidas Originals Japan, said that the jeans represented a way to bring different styles to the market.

“We wanted to create a brand that reflects different styles of men’s and women’s clothing,” Sekiguch said.

“It’s important for us to make the best jeans possible, and we’re really proud of our denim collection.”

There are also jeans that are made by designers like Kato herself.

“If I don’t like something I’m wearing, I can just go and buy it, but if I like something, I need to wear it,” said Jansen.

The jeans were first introduced in late September, and will only be available for purchase online starting January 11.

The collection was first unveiled at the 2016 International Men’s Wear Day event in New York City, and Jansen said that she wanted to “put the latest in men’s fashion” on the market, something that was definitely a focus of the brand.

“The jeans are something new for us,” she said.

“[It’s] a collection that is really about how men can be masculine.”

To date, only two other brands have released jeans from Jansias collection, and they are both incredibly masculine.

The Jansies collection is designed by Kato, and the jeans are made with an allusion to traditional Japanese fashion.

“Japanese men’s style is very masculine and very Japanese,” said Sekiguh.

“They wear suits, they don’t wear jeans, they go to the movies and have a lot of fun.

This is a collection where we’re not just looking at the jeans, we’re looking at what we look like.”

The jeans will be available online starting on January 11, and retail for $160 at the Jansys website.

“This is an incredibly masculine collection, which is what we wanted,” said Kato of the collection.

“That’s why I chose the name Levi Strauss.”