!iTEM, a new denim company from NYC, makes their jeans stand out with details like selvedge belt loops and smartphone pockets. Their dark washes are perfect for work and more formal occasions, and can just as easily be dressed down. !iTEMs run true to size and range from super skinny to relaxed straight leg fits.
AG was founded in 2000 by denim vet Adriano Goldschmied and manufacturing expert Yul K. Seeking to update the classic jean with modern fits, AG’s are cut a little slimmer than your standard jean while still keeping a classic straight leg. Sophisticated washes like dark indigo and papery black cotton make these great jeans for work or evenings out. AG recently introduced their AGed Series, using eco-conscious ozone technology to give each pair of jeans a one-of-kind vintage finish designed to replicate jean worn from anywhere from 1-30 years.
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Founded in LA in 2001, Joe’s Jeans embodies a casual chic lifestyle. Their soft lightweight denim feels broken in from start, and only gets better with age. Unique 3D whiskering adds texture to their blue jeans, creating washes unlike any other brands’.
Founded in 2009, Levi’s Made and Crafted creates contemporary styles inspired by Levi’s heritage. From iconic back-pocket branding to product tags inspired by the sample tags Levi company reps left at retail stores in the early 1900s, details that have helped make Levi’s such a distinct brand add a touch of history. Expertly-placed 3D whiskering (where manufacturers scrunch the denim up before treating the fade marks, mimicking the human movements that would produce such fades) gives the authentic look of wearing in a pair of rigid, unwashed denim.
Proudly made in the U.S.A., Shade55 jeans are characterized by authentic washes and exquisite attention to detail. Triple back belt loops and handmade leather patches give the jeans a unique look. Each pair has a sturdy button fly and features a metal “55″ embedded in the right back pocket. As you wear your jeans, the indigo on top of the “55″ will rub off, making the logo more pronounced over time–a nice barometer of a pair of jeans well worn.