I guess people get a little excited when it comes to Diesel
I never wash my shtuff either, I just try and maintain them so that they don't smell terrible and I don't get them super dirty.
I know that when you wearing underwear then it's not that gross but i mean we have to wash them at some point. The jeans do end up getting dirty after a while. I actually wash them every week because i feel dirty if i don't. The thing is i did see some of the fake paint stains wash off after a few washes on my shioner 880w so my point is: we're probably paying way too much money for those jeans considering the quality. How can we pay 250 euros for a pair of jeans that loses their colors after a few washes?
I know i'm going to get some hate comments and i do still love those jeans but i think we're paying too much for them.
That's why I never paiy retail for jeans...And anyway, I don't wash them and the main reason is to maintain the original details of the wash.
Dior jeans are super sensible to that...many have some dirt on them, a pair had clay on them ("dirty clay mask" or something like that)...pretty sure that after a wash, or even just wear, the dirt will come out and you will loose details after some time...a shame.
For example, on my Dior As Good As New...the thighs have some dirt rubbed on them...I washed the jeans one time in bathtub and it was all gone...a good part of the "character" of the wash was gone. What I did?? took a brush...went to my fireplace and put some ashes on the brush and rubbed the thigh...I achieved EXACTLY the same result as before.
Even on the 886B from Diesel...the black lines will go if you wash them, it's just some charcoal or something like that. On my pair, lines have already faded after a few wears...
Sometimes, some washes can look damn awesome in store, when brand new with all the details, dirt, creases and stuff but will look total shit after just only one wash.