Hello. I know that jeans will always be a big part of everyone's wardrobe, (myself included as I own quite a few), however, I was wondering if anyone else thinks that the "craze" for high end jeans may be starting to wane a little? The reason I was wondering is that every time I go to Neiman's or Barney's recently, while they still have quite a few, I noticed that they seem to be carrying slightly less denim than they used to. Also, for the fall/winter, it seems like all of the major brands have more in the way of colored denim. It almost seems to me that for the fall/winter, the other pants like the tweeds, the gauchos and the cropped pant in non-denim seem to be all the rage, even here in California. Also, these other types of pants can be worn to work a little easier than denim. What do the rest of you think?