The history of jeans can be traced back to 1860’s. Levi Strauss made the laudable discovery of pants made of denims. He made it for workers working in the mines since the material was sturdy and durable thus fit for rough jobs. The material was colored in indigo since it was cheap and affordable. The color lasts for longer periods and thus maintains its looks. Jeans gained popularity in the later years and several textile companies started production of the same. Since the material was durable people engaged in rough jobs were interested in buying them. As the years passed people started using them as casual wear, the apparel was made as work pants for men in the first place, which women started to use after a few years. Since the demand for it increased the women’s range of jeans was introduced after a few years by the Jeans-Manufaktur.
Different Types Of Jeans
The jeans come in different styles, sizes, designs and patterns. There are different types of materials that are being used these days to make them. Soft and hard textured jeans are both available in the market. Some of the materials that are used in the manufacturing of jeans are wool, cotton, spandex etc. To accessorize those buttons, thread and metal rivets are used. The distressed jeans are the latest trend in the market. They are torn and have patches that make them look stylish and fashionable. The Jeans-Manufaktur in Germany use ecological materials to make affordable and fashionable jeans. They promote the production of clothes being made out of natural fibers that are safe and comfortable for the users. The manufacturers ensure the entire process is done carefully in order to provide faultless product to their customers. The apparels are checked before they are dispatched to the retail outlets for sale.