The 50’s see the biggest movie stars sporting jeans and denim from Monroe to Dean.
2001 saw 90’s super couple Britney Spears and Justin Timberlake, arrive in head-to-toe denim for the MTV American Music Awards. Just Wow.
Denim is thrust into the fashion world when jeans are seen for the very first time in an issue of Vogue magazine.
1969 see’s Jimi Hendrix play Woodstock wearing a faded pair of denim jeans. Denim is officially cool.
Levi strauss invents the first pair of denim overalls. He replaced a twilled cotton cloth from France called "serge de Nimes." This later became known as denim and the pants were named ‘Jeans’.
Bruce Springsteen rocks a pair of denim jeans on his iconic ‘Born In The USA’ album cover.
96 sparks the low-slung jeans trend, with the intorduction of Alexander McQueens iconic ‘bumster’ trousers.
Kate Moss is photographed in a pair of skniny jeans, and the trend goes global.
1985 brought us ‘that’ TV ad, an iconic moment in the history of denim.
Ever eccentric Lady Gaga does denim in a whole new way with a pointed, rhinestone bodysuit nat her Washington concert.