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The namesake of these jeans are pretty spot on as the "doozy" they make is how fantastic these make your legs look.

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The namesake of these jeans are pretty spot on as the "doozy" they make is how fantastic these make your legs look. The silhouette is flattering to most body types with an added stretch factor to make these curve-hugging in all the right places. The slightly faded denim is great for a not-even-trying-but-looking-fabulous aesthetic. The back has a slightly higher rise than the front (12 inches versus 8 inches) so you can be protected from any unwanted back cleavage. Zip fly, button closure, cotton with a touch of elastane. Made in Italy.

Diesel's jeans brand continue to innovate with the release of the Spring 2007 denim line. The campaign for the season focuses on global warming - Diesel style. Meaning, with a little bit of tongue-in-cheek advertising they're portraying an image that is both socially conscious and ultra-hip. The campaign has caused a lot of disapproval in Brazil for its lighthearted take on global warming, even featuring the famed Christ the Redeemer statue under water.

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True Religion
10/18/2011 03:21

I just watched the ad. Not that controversial, most of the ad speaks out against harming the environment. Actually, the rest of the ad after the turn is surprisingly, boring, lame, and barely controversial at all

Glacia
03/28/2007 01:07

It's gotta be said that lowcut jeans are just nasty. Sorry ladies but no one looks anything but fat in them.

Erik
03/19/2007 02:06

I just watched the ad. Not that controversial, most of the ad speaks out against harming the environment. Actually, the rest of the ad after the turn is surprisingly, boring, lame, and barely controversial at all.

Amanie
03/19/2007 10:16

I actually think the campaign is kind of clever. I know people are upset about trivializing global warming, but at least they're bring attention to the topic. I don't think things need to be serious to make an impression.

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