Hyper-Low Bikini-Pants

Sanna's Ultra Low-Rise Bikini Pants

First showing up on TV about a year ago, Jeans Bikini-Pants made by Tokyo based fashion brand Sanna’s have been getting an increasing amount of attention in Japan. The Brazil made pants expose more than people are used to.

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Sanna's Ultra Low-Rise Bikini Pants

Sanna’s specializes in hyper low jeans, and you can’t get much lower than their ultra low-rise Jeans Bikini-Pants. To cover up all the exposed flesh, Sanna’s designer has added a bikini part to both the front and the back. The result is something that can either be seen as the ultimate in trash, or ultra-cool urban or beach wear.

What do you think? Sexy or trashy?

Kjeld Duits About the Author

Inspired by the stunningly creative street fashion that exploded on the streets of Tokyo and Osaka in the late 1990’s, photo-journalist Kjeld Duits launched JAPANESE STREETS in 2002. This makes JS one of the first fashion blogs on the net, and the very first to cover Japanese street fashion.

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Comment (日本語もOK)

with right body it looks just gr8

Mar 14, 2009 (4817 days ago)

deff trashy but oh so fun!! i would buy a pair :)

Mar 16, 2009 (4815 days ago)

I hope this stays out of america…I can see all sorts of “not of the right body” wearing this and just looking trashy. It can be good for the beach.

Mar 16, 2009 (4815 days ago)

It’s clear plagiarism of brazilian brand Zoomp‘s 2006’s bikini pants! Which actually were better cut!

Mar 24, 2009 (4807 days ago)

Mainstream stylists in the UK are giving the thumbs-down on this one. This just may foretell success in the UK market…

Kjeld Duits (author)
Apr 11, 2009 (4789 days ago)

No Way!!! What were they thinking???!!!! ahhhh!!!

Jun 9, 2009 (4731 days ago)

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