By Claire Stern
Updated Feb 21, 2018 @ 11:15 am
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Credit: Courtesy of Everlane

Fresh off the success of its buzzed-about denim launch this past fall, Everlane is adding to the hype—and presumably the 41,000-person wait list—with a brand-new style that's designed to make you look taller. The Kick Crop jean, dropping on the site today, features a 10.5-inch high-rise and cropped raw hem with a slight flare, giving the illusion of a longer leg, and comes in four washes: dark indigo, light, black, and white.

Credit: Courtesy of Everlane

Staying true to the company's ethical values, all of Everlane's denim is made from high-quality Japanese fabric at the cleanest possible production factory in Vietnam, which uses alternative energy sources, recycles 98 percent of all water used, and air-dries its jeans. That's all well and good, but especially when you consider the swallowable price tag: Each pair clocks in at $78, a far cry from other designer styles that are priced upwards of $200.

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