Discover our wide selection of slim-fit and skinny jeans, cargo pants and jogg jeans. Washed destroy jeans, jeans with biker effects or ripped at the knees, easy to wear for any occasion.
Jeans: the evolution
Jeans are a timeless piece that has followed social evolution from the 19th century to the present day. During the Great Depression of 1929 in the USA, jeans were affordable pants that working-class people such as laborers appreciated for their solidity. Then, in the 30s, with the advent of the jukebox, jeans were taken up by young people in new colors, notably black and white. Students transformed jeans from workwear to ready-to-wear. Then, in the 1950s, jeans were elevated to the symbol of feminism, with women wearing them high-waisted, shortened and with moccasins. It wasn't until the 1960s that jeans became the unisex, universal piece we know today.
So you see, jeans are the universal, unisex fetish piece to have in your wardrobe.
Men's slim and skinny jeans
As the name suggests, slim jeans are worn "slim". In other words, they accentuate the body's natural curves by hugging them. The English word "skinny" has two meanings: first, skinny and, by extension, tight. Skinny jeans are worn like a second skin.
Men's jogging jeans
Jogg jeans are a good alternative to denim. Similar to its predecessor, jogg jean differs in its choice of materials, which are softer than denim, and its slightly looser cut.
Men's cargo jeans
These pants are of military origin. Often beige, sometimes khaki, they have several pockets.