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Hey Bottoms! Vetements & Levi's Released Jeans with a Butt Window

Photo via @Vetements_Official

You're welcome in advance.

Easy access is now in fashion, but it'll cost you a whopping $1,870. Vetements, the buzzy, overpriced brand you regretted buying into once tax season came, has collaborated with Levi's on a pair of jeans with a zipper down the butt. This unusually convenient design feature allows you to bare your entire ass in just a few short seconds, which could solve some universal problems at the club, in the park... in the office (you're welcome in advance).

The updated designer jeans, also available as short shorts, appear to be marketed towards women, which ultimately means nothing, just as long as you can squeeze your cheeks and thighs into the slim, tailored pant legs. Considering you won't be able to afford food, or really anything, for weeks after investing in a single pair, this shouldn't be too much of an issue after a while--just be patient and let the optional booty breeze feed your bottomless spirit.

Vetements' cheeky Levi's partnership comes from their spring '17 collection, where they joined forces with 18 major brands to reimagine iconic styles in fashion. Names like Brioni, Schott, Comme des Garcons Shirt, Reebok, Canada Goose, Dr. Martens, Alpha Industries, Eastpak, Lucchesse and Manolo Blahnik were involved in the collaborative project.

"We thought we'd go straight to the brands who make all these things best, and ask to do something in our way with each one," designer Demna Gvasalia told Vogue. "The people who work at Vetements don't really wear designer fashion--a lot of these are the labels they wear all the time."

If you're interested in being the most popular queer at the party, Gvasalia's revealing take on classic Americana denim can be purchased on sites like Luisaviaroma, Matches, SSense and MyTheresa.

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