As longtime fans of photographer Bruce Weber, Frame Denim co-founders Erik Torstensson and Jens Grede knew they wanted to collaborate with the creative on a project of some sort. But rather than hire him to shoot a campaign, the designers decided to keep the project open-ended. So, they him sent a box filled with denim, asking him to send back his own interpretation of the pieces. What Weber sent back was a collection of truly unconventional portraits of different models, including ’90s supermodel Elaine Irwin and, in true Weber form, a dog, wrapped in denim, including turban-like headpieces crafted outed of pairs of jeans and denim button-downs. In short, no topless girls in a pair of low-rise jeans here (although one image does see a male model sitting at a sewing table in the buff). The images will soon be posted all-over New York City, as well as posted online and potentially featured in upcoming projects. Here, an exclusive look at the images.