Uncle Sam may have designed the original cargo pant around the time of the Vietnam War, but in 2006, the bootcamp staple gets a luxe Antik Denim remix. The brainchild of the brand's vintage division designer, Jules Nourie, these denim cargos are hand-embroidered with a geisha design replicated from a popular style of 1950s Japanese pillows.
The farthest thing from standard-issue army fatigues, these bottoms are customized to the hilt. The secret Antik wash process, which adds a worn-in silkiness to the relaxed fit, is complemented with decorative metal hardware and studding as well as hours of handstitching. Ultra-exclusive, only two pairs exist so far, making Sean Paul—the first owner—the general of this army. It's bound to grow, though. Enlist now.