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10 Expensive Jean Brands That Only Celebs Can Afford

Many of us cringe when we think of spending more than $20 on a pair of jeans that we know will only last us a year or two. Celebrities, on the other hand, have no such qualms when it comes to their taste in fashion. They want the best money can buy, and it is also the same concept that keeps luxury jean brands in existence.

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We have found the most expensive jeans and jean brands ever to hit the market that no average blue-collar worker would ever be caught wearing. The prices would empty our wallets and have us filing for bankruptcy in some cases. Keep reading to learn about ten expensive jean brands only celebrities can afford!

10 Earnest Sewn Custom Fit - $1,000

Earnest Sewn Custom Fit already sounds expensive in name alone. It might not seem like much to have jeans tailored to your individual build, but the addition of rhinestones, gold, and silver are what drive the price upwards and out of our budgets. Their jeans are always unique and no two are ever alike, which is what celebrities crave in their purchases. They seek to break the molds of society and begin new trends, which is made possible with the help of this particular fashion company.

9 Valentino - $990

Valentino is another name we recognize in the field of fashion for their luxury designs. You can expect to pay close to $1,000 for a single pair of jeans if you decide to go with this particular brand. That number might seem a bit high for a single pair, but when your targeted audience is the elite, this is right in their price range. It might not be logical for us to buy a pair, but for those who truly love this company's designs, they can save up and wear around their own pair like a celebrity.

8 Gucci - $4,000

Gucci is known for its expensive line of products, and their jeans don't disappoint with price tags of $4,000. These were known as their "Genius Jeans" and they debuted back in 1998. These days you can expect to pay $1,500 for a single pair from their online store, but if you want a full denim jumpsuit, then the price jumps to $5,700. These jeans might not be your cup of tea, but for many celebrities, these are their luxury jeans of choice.

7 Dolce & Gabbana - $12,500

This fashion company outdid themselves when they released a $12,500 pair of jeans back in 2015 at their fashion show. The fabric is made of 99% cotton and it is covered in Swarvoski's crystals and leather rosebuds for a signature look no one else has the right to copy.

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You can probably think of a million other things to spend this amount of money on, but some celebs can only see the beauty that comes with this product. This company's commercial line is still out of several of our price ranges as they cost roughly $600 per pair on average.

6 APO Jeans - $4,000

This expensive pair of jeans generally goes for $4,000 a pair, which is more than many of us can even spending on a few pieces of fabric. The reasoning behind this price though is the customization involved in the production of each individual pair. The buyer lets the company know what they want, and they deliver a product that is perfectly tailored to that demand. They can ask for silk pockets, or rivets made of precious metals. This company always provides proof of authenticity for any resource used so the customer can be certain they are getting what they paid for.

5 Roberto Cavalli Jeans - $1,200

Robert Cavalli understands how to create a luxury product, as well as something any celebrity would pay a fortune to wear. These jeans are usually made exclusively for the upper class and their client list is kept exclusive. This company has a thing for gems and chooses to layer them on top of their fabrics in a way that customers adore. A single pair might run you $1,200, but becoming a fashion icon and the envy of your friends is totally worth the dent in your bank account.

4 Escada - $10,000

Customers literally glitter as they stroll through the streets in these diamond-encrusted pairs of jeans. Escada makes number four on the list with their commercially available jeans that are priced at $10,000 pair.

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These are not just any ordinary jeans, because Escada has partnered with Swarovski Crystals to produce jeans studded with their product. These jeans can be found at Neiman Marcus, as well as the Guinness World Records Book for their high dollar price tag on the shelves of this department store.

3 Levi Strauss & Co. 501 - $100,000

This pair only sold for $100,000 due to the age and condition in which they were kept. A woman had a pair of 125-year-old jeans back from 1893 that had only been worn a few times. This sale occurred back in 2016 at an auction in Southeast Asia. Their general line still comes with a hefty price tag as the top of their line can run you around $300, which is more than just chump change for many of us.

2 Dussault Apparel - $250,000

This company paired with Bloodline Design to create two pairs of jeans for the elite for the high price of $250,000. These jeans are handcrafted with 18k gold, as well as ruby and diamond wallet chains. The good news is that half of the profits were given to Canuck Place Children Hospice, but their regular line isn't for the faint of heart either. Their jeans regularly run customers around $400 and each one is individually made to give each wearer a unique fashion experience.

1 Secret Circus - $1.3 Million

Secret Circus jeans top the charts with the sale of a single pair of their jeans for $1.3 million. They had diamond-encrusted pockets and as far as we know only one of these luxury pair of jeans has ever been sold. These diamonds will make anyone look like a million bucks, literally. It might seem like a waste to spend this much money on a single pair of jeans, but the celebs who go through with this purchase understand the importance of owning the best of the best.

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