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Would you buy? Ksenia Schnaider Asymmetric Skinny & Wide-Leg Jeans ($ 462) are for sale on the Neiman Marcus website
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Department store Neiman Marcus started selling asymmetrical jeans for an astonishing $ 462, after the trend was first modeled by celebrities such as Celine Dion earlier this year.

The Ksenia Schnaider Asymmetric Skinny & Wide-Leg Jeans$ 462) sold on the department store website with one leg lean while the other leg boasts a wide-ranging style.

Although the denim style may be bizarre for consumers, it has already received a stamp of approval from Celine, 51, who modeled the style during the Paris Haute Couture Fashion Week in June.

Would you buy? Ksenia Schnaider Asymmetric Skinny & Wide-Leg Jeans ($ 462) are for sale on the Neiman Marcus website

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Would you buy? Ksenia Schnaider Asymmetric Skinny & Wide-Leg Jeans ($ 462) are for sale on the Neiman Marcus website

What a trend: the denim pants have a skinny leg and a side that runs wide

What a trend: the denim pants have a skinny leg and a side that runs wide

What a trend: the denim pants have a skinny leg and a side that runs wide

What a trend: the denim pants have a skinny leg and a side that runs wide

What a trend: the denim pants have a skinny leg and a side that runs wide

Fashionista: this trend has already been modeled by celebrities such as Celine Dion (shown in June), but it is not clear whether these are the same jeans that are currently on sale

Fashionista: this trend has already been modeled by celebrities such as Celine Dion (shown in June), but it is not clear whether these are the same jeans that are currently on sale

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Fashionista: this trend has already been modeled by celebrities such as Celine Dion (shown in June), but it is not clear whether these are the same jeans that are currently on sale

It is not clear whether Celine has modeled the jeans on the site of Neiman Marcus or another brand, but she combined the look with a feathered pink top and matching heels.

The release of the latest denim trend has confused some consumers.

& # 39; Well, that's just stupid & # 39 ;, a consumer wrote on Twitter after several news organizations had reported the trend.

Buzzfeed reporter Julia Reinstein also responded to the trend on Twitter and wrote: & I love manrepeller but I hate manrepeller. look at these $ 462 ASYMMETRIC JEANS they want us to buy. & # 39;

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She called Man Repeller, a site with fashion news that also issues newsletters to consumers of fashion trends they have to buy. The site has apparently also recommended the asymmetrical jean trend.

& # 39; Me: manrepeller newsletter: let me tell you about the HORRENDOUS jeans you have to buy for ALL THE MONEY YOU HAVE & # 39 ;, the reporter added.

Confused: the jeans caused play on social media after several publications had covered the new trend

Confused: the jeans caused play on social media after several publications had covered the new trend

Confused: the jeans caused play on social media after several publications had covered the new trend

Not a fan: one person even went so far as to joke a & # 39; crime & # 39; was against fashion

Not a fan: one person even went so far as to joke a & # 39; crime & # 39; was against fashion

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Not a fan: one person even went so far as to joke a & # 39; crime & # 39; was against fashion

Can't be real: many people were unbelievers about the design of the pants

Can't be real: many people were unbelievers about the design of the pants

Can't be real: many people were unbelievers about the design of the pants

Not happy: consumers are confused by the trend, some call it an & # 39; horror & # 39;

Not happy: consumers are confused by the trend, some call it an & # 39; horror & # 39;

Not happy: consumers are confused by the trend, some call it an & # 39; horror & # 39;

Not impressed: most online commentators did not rush to stores to buy the expensive pants
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Not impressed: most online commentators did not rush to stores to buy the expensive pants

Not impressed: most online commentators did not rush to stores to buy the expensive pants

Other online commenters were knocked out by the trend, and not in a good way.

& # 39; A horror & # 39 ;, a Twitter user called the trend, while another person wrote: & # 39; This is a crime. & # 39;

It remains unclear whether this trend continues or that designers quickly switch to other bizarre ideas for consumers.

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Recently companies such as ASOS have promoted strange and innovative trends on their own fashion website to see what could remain with shoppers looking for a new direction to take their closets.

ASOS has offered its Sensation kittencourt heel shoes in teddy fleece ($ 34) for sale with a low-heeled shoe covered with sheepish brown fur all over the surface.

Commentators could not get enough of the shoes, many of whom wanted to know if the product was genuine.

Find fashion? Clothing store ASOS also led to a kickback for the sale of a pair of kitten heels on its online site that seemed to cover fleece

Find fashion? Clothing store ASOS also led to a kickback for the sale of a pair of kitten heels on its online site that seemed to cover fleece

Find fashion? Clothing store ASOS also led to a kickback for the sale of a pair of kitten heels on its online site that seemed to cover fleece

Unattractive: ASOS was attacked earlier because it also tried to follow the tie-dye trend with this jogger set
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Unattractive: ASOS was attacked earlier because it also tried to follow the tie-dye trend with this jogger set

Unattractive: ASOS was attacked earlier because it also tried to follow the tie-dye trend with this jogger set

& # 39; Please tell me this is fake & # 39 ;, wrote a commentator. & # 39; I can't believe it hahah. & # 39;

Another person felt that a certain trend went too far and wrote: & # 39; Omg they somehow made those coats something worse. & # 39;

ASOS has previously been bothered by consumers for other obscene items it sold online, including a pair of white joggers with poor placement of a brown spot on the back.

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These designs turned out not to be better than shoppers, but that didn't stop designers from making other bizarre clothing items.

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