Dior Homme Petite Taille ladies' jeans

Dior Homme Petite Taille jeans in light blue with slash detail. Photo courtesy of Dior Homme

If you think skinny jeans are going away anytime soon or will be replaced by those infamous jeggings, Dior Homme has got news for you.

The brand, which shot to fame during the heady days of Hedi Slimane and is synonymous with super slim men's jeans, is adding women's jeans to its Petite Taille collection (a line geared toward the smaller, stylish set).

Dior Homme's new lean and mean jeans will use the same high-quality Japanese denim as the men's line, feature a raised pocket seam and come in numerous washes.

Bonus: the denim will also have a touch of spandex for added comfort (or to avoid the need for a shoehorn to get them on).

The jeans will retail from around $400 to upwards of $1,000 at Dior Homme stores worldwide starting early next year.

Hey, if you take the buy per wear approach and are British, Dior's jeans are a bargain.