Some people collect paintings, others prefer to collect clothes—but there’s a fashion label in town that offers you the opportunity to do both. Juliet Johnstone is a Los Angeles-based artist who hand-paints jeans, tanks, hats, and more. And this weekend, Kendall Jenner gave her work the stamp of approval by wearing one of her pieces while out and about in West Hollywood.
Jenner wore a cropped white tank with one of Johnstone’s gray single-element pants, which features a single, hand-painted flower on it. Each of Johnstone’s painted pants are hand-numbered (like a painting would be) and serve as a collector’s item, especially considering they sell out in seconds. Even better yet, there’s also a sustainable angle to the label, as Johnstone upcycles vintage Carhartt or Dickies and then gives them a brand new, one-of-a-kind feel. (In the past, Bella Hadid has worn Johnstone’s pants, too).
Jenner allowed her statement pants to shine by pairing it with simple accessories, like a white hobo bag and classic Birkenstock clogs. Consider her outfit like a blank canvas, and the pants were the work of art. And now that both Jenner and Hadid have worn Johnstone’s pieces? Something tells us they’re about to get even harder to secure.