Instagram accounts dedicated to archival fashion are nothing new, though few can claim to be as unapologetically off-beat and hyper-focused as @lildenimjean. Created by 18-year-old Max Kaupp and 20-year-old Nick Baur out of Stuttgart, Germany, the page is advertised as a “digital pants museum,” dedicated to chronicling the most outlandish and attention-grabbing trousers across the globe. The account runs the gamut of high-fashion styles and trousers by under-the-radar indie labels, all of which tend toward a streetwise, baggy fit. Recent posts include Dries Van Noten’s fall 2019 tie-dye trousers; the kitschy jeans printed with cartoon figures of Jeantoons, a young artist customizing denim out of Chicago; Kill Bill–themed pants by the British-based House of Errors; and even a pair of granny patch-crochet pants by Dopamiine Online, a small menswear label that’s developed a cult following on Instagram thanks to its one-of-a-kind, upcycled creations.