Jeans are a basic and essential item in your wardrobe, fashionable, comfortable and always good. Furthermore, jeans are available in many different washings, fits and colors that owning 1 jeans is almost impossible. From skinny to straight and dark to light washed denim. Additionally, denim is a very popular fabric as we see it in jeans blouses, shorts, jackets and even bags and shoes. In short, we love jeans! Therefore, a tribute to this fashion item and the fabric where it’s made of; denim.
There are only a few types of clothing that appeal to such a wide audience as jeans. Jeans has penetrated into all walks of life, from president to handyman and all ages, from toddlers to pensioners. Jeans is a global phenomenon, accessible to all cultures and because of its versatility and different price ranges affordable for everyone. Since the sixties of the twentieth century jeans was an indispensable element in various subcultures, from hippies in their bell-bottom jeans to punks with their torn and frayed jeans. The influence of youth culture also penetrated into the world of high fashion: in the eighties the first designer jeans appeared on the catwalk, which inspired the clothing industry back to experiments with different washes and styles.
The passion for Jeans; 8 cool pair of Jeans AG Jeans, Dsquared2, Gstar, Guess, Levis, R13, Joe’s Jeans and Frame denim
In recent decades, jeans have evolved into a symbol of equality and are no longer restricted to a specific social class or a particular age group. A fact; Leading politicians or members of the royal families use jeans to strengthen their image. They like to get themselves in photos wearing jeans to let people see that despite their privileged position are close to the ‘normal’ people. Regardless of brand, model or ablution: jeans are everywhere and from everyone.
Facts and figures about jeans
1 The average American has seven pair of jeans in their wardrobe.
2 One pays between $ 50 and $ 100 for a pair of Jeans.
3 As many as 2 billion worldwide jeans are sold each year.
4 That in Europe the Dutch have the most number of jeans in Europe per capita.
5 One cotton bale produces 215 jeans.
6 The most expensive jeans in the world cost $ 250,000 and is set with 45 rubies, diamonds and more than eight thousand grams of 18-carat white gold.
7 The oldest pair of jeans is from 1879 and is preserved and kept in a fireproof safe and has a value of approximately $ 150,000.
8 Sturdy Jeans is washed with plume stones. That’s why you find them sometimes in your pocket.
9 And that most foreign man associate Jeans with the United States? 😉