While researching for Tenue de Nîmes‘ very own jeans line, one of the most significant conclusions which were drawn from looking back in time was the fact that after more than half a century of denim being an oftenly used fabric in fashion, it has returned to its roots: to serve as work wear. When looking at how people dress themselves, we see denim as work wear for people in advertising, in marketing or for people teaching history at the University of Amsterdam. But also people in finance or lawyers show us that ‘Casual Fridays’ are behind us as the only day for denim, and therefore we were inspired to create a new, smarter denim option to dress for work. To serve just the results of what we found in the research: giving people an elegant and modern garment to wear at work. To read more about our search for the best denim in the world, check out our article on Tenue de Nîmes Jeans in Journal de Nîmes Nº11.
We simply believe Tenue de Nîmes jeans must show great respect for the past, but should above all else serve the needs of individuals in the 21st century.
To serve these different types of denim customers we have divided our Tenue de Nîmes denim line for men in two fits. After the release of our first slim-fit contemporary Tenue de Nîmes jeans ‘Charles’, we are now ready to introduce you to our second Tenue de Nîmes jean: ‘Pablo’. This new pattern serves a more traditional denim aficionado. Where our ‘Charles’ fit is a modern fit with a tight leg, the ‘Pablo’ is a straight jean with a slightly more relaxed top-block and a slim but easy leg. The Tenue de Nîmes ‘Pablo’ jeans could best be described as a more classic Americana jean, created out of a 14,5 o.z. Memphis II fabric from our friends over at Rampuya in Kojima, Japan.
The Tenue de Nîmes Pablo Memphis II is made in the North of Italy and is limited to 140 hand-numbered pairs.
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