Flood Pants Hit The Streets

Sep 11, 2009 | Updated May 25, 2011

In January (and the previous June) the runways were awash with flood length trousers. It also originates from the current vogue for rolling up skinny jeans and Riviera style ticking pants, that are an essential element of the "edgy" yet simultaneously ubiquitous Hoxton trendy look. It alarms that such a standardised roster of style is billed at alternative or individual at all.

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