When two pioneers in the denim-making process tie-up, the result is bound to be pure dynamite. That is exactly what happened with AG jeans.
Way back in 2000, Adriano Goldschmied tied up with Yul Ku of Koos manufacturing to form what would be one of the most sought-after denim brands in the world, AG jeans.
Creating vintage jeans is not something that everyone can try a hand at. Adriano knew this. He was a master at the task while Ku was a second-generation jeans maker with years of expertise behind him. He had successfully manufactured jeans for Gap, Abercrombie, Ralph Lauren, etc. Together they created vintage-looking jeans that had the freshness and the attitude of modern jeans.
Today, even after they have ended their association, AG jeans continue to expand and cross new boundaries.
The makers at AG consider Denim to be the perfect canvas where they can display their creativity. Hence they choose only the best quality denim from mills in Italy and Japan but the jeans themselves is made in the US.
The stitching is something that can set a pair of jeans apart from the rest and make it stand out in the crowd. So AG uses only the finest quality stitching machinery comprising of single needle, double-needle, and chain stitch.
There are several jeans manufacturers out there who sand the jeans with machinery but not AG jeans. Extremely skilled technicians sand the jeans manually giving it the most perfect finish at edges and borders. Even the final pumice stone washing process was first pioneered by KU. This is what gives the jeans a soft feel with a rugged look.
Buying the jeans You can visit their official website to browse through their complete jeans and jackets collection for both men and women. There are several online boutiques too where you can buy AG jeans.
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