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- v. wash with stones to achieve a worn appearance
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The company controls every detail down to the carefully calibrated stone-wash and enzyme treatments to make everything from hats to cargo pants look "vintage."
I've wanted to have permanently curly hair for *ages*, but I don't want an ugly tight yicky perm that says "I'm a scary 80s woman with no taste and a love for stone-wash jeans."
Versus: the Versace second line designed by Christopher Kane combines a 1990s rock'n roll feeling in stone-wash effect bags and T-shirts, with a couture look epitomized by the short-pleated miniskirts with stiff organza petticoats.
The 36-year-old actress completed her look with long, stone-wash jeans and flats.
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