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Most source books suggest that the word denim derives from the English translation of the South of France French phrase 'serge de Nîmes'. The Serge de Nîmes was originally a wool silk mix, twill weave. While we are talking word origins, it is also thought the name 'jeans' comes from 'Genoese', the name for Italian sailors of Genoa who when at sea dressed in blue fustian fabric composed of a cotton and wool or linen blend.
The history of jeans (search for history of jeans >>> ) is interwoven with the history
of Levi Strauss, who is credited with inventing the jeans as we wear it today
(incidentally, Levi Strauss’ original name was Leob
Strauss, and he changed his first name to Levi later on). Levi Strauss'
family (search for Levi Strauss >>> ),
which had emigrated to the
In 1886, the Levi brand sewed a leather label on their jeans - this was the first time the label showed a label was put on jeans. The label showed a pair of jeans being pulled between two horses.
In the 1980's, designer jeans (search for Designer Jeans >>>) became high fashion clothing and famous designers started making their own styles of jeans.
Jeans & Controversies
Jeans & controversies - In the 1950s, jeans for the
Jack Spence was the first to prewash jeans, for Lee
Francois Girbaud was the first
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Web References for Jeans
· Jeans History
· Denim Jeans - Fashion History - Where did the name denim jeans come from? 'serge de names', Genoese, designer jeans, lycra in jeans, designer jeans in the noughties, jeans after the millennium latest fashion trends spring 2007.
· Denim - the history of denim
· History of Jeans - Years: 1940 | 1950 | 1960 | 1970 | 1980 | 1990
· The History of Blue Jeans
- In 1850, the
· Jeans Production Method
· Production methods - The following table explains how these production methods are used in the textile industry.
· Levi’s launches organic 506 and 570’s jeans - Produced in Hungary every aspect of the jeans production is based on organic materials, from organic cotton, to coconut shell waist button to non-galvanized fly buttons.
· Manufacture of Jeans - This product is a 100% cotton men’s denim jeans made out of an imported cotton denim fabric.
· Jeans Technology
· Nomensa Staff Gets their Jeans - Nomensa strongly believe in supporting the local community and national projects, including.
· Jeans Trends
· Trend Alert! Embellished Jeans - Studs, sequins and embroidery are just a few of the embellished jean looks that are making news. Find our favorites here.
· Blue Jeans: Trends and Tips - Whether you like trendy or casual, check out these tips to give you the perfect fit in your jeans.
· You’re Guide to the Latest Trends in Jeans - You can buy them with embellishments, or stick with the traditional five-pocket indigo variety. This season, waistlines are inching up a bit, but finishes and embellishments are very much in vogue.
· Jeans - Trends, terms, labels - Jeans transcend age, economic and style barriers. Washes, embellishments, leg openings and labels fluctuate with fashion whims, but jeans themselves have reached iconic status.
· Jeans Latest Fashion
· It's All in the Jeans. - They come in lots of great washes, lengths, and styles, so you are sure to find the perfect skinny jeans for the spring and summer.
· Man Fashion Jeans - Highly durable and comfortable, jeans are a great fashion statement. From models to celebrities to professional to college guys all love to dress up in their pair of stylish jeans. Denim fashion man jeans sensation is so deep in youngster's mind, that they cannot virtually live without it.
· Jeans Manufacturing Process
· Jeans Manufacturing, Design and Marketing - Jeans for children and adults.
· Jeans Fabric
· Jeans Fabric: 1201 Products – Jeans fabric manufacture - alibaba.com
· Facts About Denim Fabric - Denim fabric trivia, a bit of history, about denim fabric, denim & the Wild West.
· China Jeans Fabric Manufacturers - Women's Cotton Jean, Made of 98% Cotton and 2% Spandex Denim Fabric.
· Jeans Fabric Comprising Open Sheath Core Friction Spun Yarns and Process for its Manufacture - The invention relates to a jeans fabric consisting of polyester fibers and cotton and containing, at least in the warp, a polyester-cotton mixed yarn. The invention also relates to a process for the manufacture of a jeans fabric
· Jeans Accessories
· The Search for the Perfect Pair of Blue Jeans - At Jeans and accessories we aim to clear up what these classifications really mean and get past the hype. What’s more, we don’t truly believe that there is a “perfect pair”, except as it relates to your specific body type, size and personal style.
· Cool Jeans
· Nike Very Cool Jeans - Nike very cool jeans for woman, only bought 3 months ago, very new! 100% Terylene so cool.
· BDG Army Green Denim Wide Leg Jeans - Cool - Add a pair of jeweled sandals and sparkling top for a look that's both feminine and oh so cool
· Cool Jeans with the Lake Norman Teen Council - Cool Jeans: have the coolest jeans in town! Learn how to snazzy-up your jeans and jackets and make them uniquely yours. use fabric, ribbon, beads and tassels to weave.
· Jeans & Celebrities
· Men’s Jeans
· Men's Jeans – This site issues 30 men’s jeans models.
· Children’s Jeans
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Jeans – from Wikipedia
This article is about the type of clothing. For the 1997 Indian film, see Jeans (film).
Blue Jeans (Levi's 506)Jeans are trousers traditionally made from denim, but may also be made from a variety of fabrics including corduroy. Originally intended for work, they became popular among teenagers starting in the 1950s. Historic brands include Levi's, Jordache, and Wrangler. Today jeans are a very popular form of casual dress around the world and come in many styles and colors.
1.1 Riveted jeans
2 Jeans in popular culture
2.1 Blue jeans
3 Blue jean insulation
5 See also
6 External links
The earliest known pre-cursor
for jeans is the Indian export of a thick cotton cloth, in the 16th century,
known as dungaree. Dyed in indigo, it was sold near the Dongarii
Jeans were first created in
In the 1850s Levi Strauss, a
German dry goods merchant living in San Francisco, was selling blue jeans
under the "Levi's" name to the mining communities of California.
One of Strauss's customers was Jacob Davis, a tailor who frequently purchased
bolts of cloth from the Levi Strauss & Co wholesale house. After one of
Jeans in popular culture
Copper rivets for reinforcing
pockets are a characteristic feature of blue jeans.Initially,
blue jeans were simply sturdy trousers worn by workers, especially in the
factories during World War II. During this period, men's jeans had the zipper
down the front, whereas women's jeans had the zipper down the right side. By
the 1960s, both men's and women's jeans had the zipper down the front. In the
Being imported American products,
especially in the case of the
Jeans can be worn very loose in a manner that completely conceals the shape of the wearer's lower body, or they can be snugly fitting and accentuate the body. Historic photographs indicate that in the decades before they became a staple of fashion, jeans generally fit quite loosely, much like a pair of bib overalls without the bib. Indeed, until 1960, Levi Strauss denominated its flagship product "waist overalls" rather than "jeans".
Blue jean insulation
Recycled blue jean is becoming a popular insulation material in the construction of houses. Due to its low relative synthetic chemical composition and because it is made of recycled materials, it is gaining prominence in green building circles. Like conventional insulation, it moderates temperature and reduces sound transfer between floors or rooms.
Fits of jeans are determined by current styles, sex, and by the manufacturer. Here are some of the fits produced for jeans:
Boy cut or Boyfriend (for women)
Jorts (Jean shorts)
Rises in jeans (the distance from the crotch to the waistband) range from high-waisted to superlow-rise. Jeans for men usually have a longer rise and zipper, whereas women have a shorter rise and zipper, although exceptions do exist.
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