Katie Holmes and Her Unlabeled Jeans: Shopping Cheap Designer Clothing?

Brought to you by Hip Hype Central
History of Jeans

Unlabeled Jeans? Was it really Her?

Katie Holmes has sent sales of a jeans brand soaring - after fans saw Tom's girl wearing their new range to auditions for her forthcoming Broadway play.The press media is quite impressed of her humbleness, wearing a unlabeled designers clothing. Some spreads a news that she has not gone shopping cheap designer clothing. Many thinks that it is Mens Abercrombie and Fitch instead of Womens Abercrombie and Fitch but no, it's Tom's Jeans that Katie is wearing.

The dealers income for jeans production has increased so much because of Katie Holmes humble appearance in public.

See these pictures:

Shopping Cheap Designer Clothing

Mens Abercrombie and Fitch

Designer clothing


Womens Abercrombie and Fitch


Designer Clothing Paige Premium Denim Wore By Celebrities

Brought to you by Hip Hype Central
History of Jeans

Audrina Patridge in designer clothing Paige Premium Denim Blue Heights Skinny Jeans.

Fashion Icon Britney Spears in designer clothing Paige Premium Denim Jeans.

The ever beautiful Mandy Moore was walking through the airport looking
super cute and comfortable wearing Paige Premium Denim cropped jeans.

Styles Of Jeans

Brought to you by Hip Hype Central
History of Jeans

Boot Cut or Bell Bottoms..

  • Bell-bottoms are trousers that become wider from the knees downwards. Related styles include flare, loon pants and boot-cut/leg trousers. Hip-huggers are bell-bottomed, flare, or boot-cut pants that are fitted tightly around the hips and thighs worn by men and women.

Carpenter Jeans

  • Carpenter jeans are jeans with many pockets and loops which can be used to carry objects such as tools and are often loose around the leg to be able to accommodated the affixed items. They are often used by carpenters, hence the name, to carry their tools so that their hands can be kept free yet the tools are still easily accessible.


  • Hip-huggers are a style of pants worn by both men and women, generally made of denim and fitted tightly around the hips and thighs, while flaring out towards the lower leg.

  • Hip-huggers are worn in a variety of different styles, sometimes "riding" low to expose the buttocks to varying degrees. There are also variations of hip huggers created with a material designed to stretch and tighter fitting stretch materials that vary in color. Hip-hugger jeans have been popular in the past during the 1960s and into the early 1980s. The hip-huggers of the 60s and 70s can be distinguished from those of the 90s by the tightness of the knee.

Widelegs Jeans

  • Wide leg jeans are a style of clothing popularized in the mid-to-late 1990s, especially by men trying to achieve an "alternative" style. For men, the style is also called hip-hop clothing and remains popular with this subculture in 2008. The quintessential brand of 'hip-hop' style wide leg jeans was JNCO, though other youth and ethnic oriented clothing companies manufacture them as well.

Skinny Jeans

  • Skinny jeans have a snug fit through the legs and end in a small leg opening. Other names for this style include carrot leg pants, cigarette pants, drainpipes, peg leg pants, pencil pants, skinny pants, slimjims, tapered pants, old-school hood jeans or ice-cream cone pants. In some styles, zippers are needed at the bottom of the leg to facilitate pulling them over the feet. Stretch denim, with anywhere from 2% to 4% spandex, may be used to allow jeans to have a super-slim fit. Skinny jeans are worn by both males and females, and since 2005 has become increasingly popular with the emo, scene, and skater styles.


  • A Jort (or Jorts, plural), a portmanteau of "jean-shorts", is a garment worn by women or men that covers the pelvic area, the buttocks, and the upper part of the legs (typically the part above the knee). Jorts are types of shorts that are made only from denim.

History Of Jeans

Brought to you by Hip Hype Central
History of Jeans

Jeans are one of the most essential clothing that every person can have. Almost all of us own at least a pair of these item and every closet on every house has one. Regardless of culture or society most of us prefer wearing jeans when we go out of the house. Going to a park, traveling, and even going to work. So why is it that jeans are this famous? People say that they wear jeans because it's comfortable yet durable. Is it really made for everyday use? Let us find out.

In 18th century workers wore it because it is strong and doesn't tear up easily. It is made out of cotton and a mixture of things. It is colored in indigo, a dye that was originally from America and India. And thus making it dark bluish in general.

In 19th century came the Gold Rush in California. Miners from all over the Continent races each other into mining gold. Because of the rush, miners need a jeans because it does not tear up easily and can be worn comfortably. Then a man named Leob Strauss from New York moved to California to start a wholesale business on jeans. And then later changed his name to Levi'.

In the early 20th century American wear jeans while riding horses so that it can withstand its duration while riding. They are called Cowboys. These men wear jeans and pair it up with large leather boots and a half gallon hat. In the succeeding years America gained popularity when in terms of culture and style. And people from other countries started the demand on jeans so that they can cope up with the hype. And thus the jeans became popular around the globe and shows no sign of letting up. Today's fashion are now what it is because of history.

My Agenda

History of Jeans and other jean related products, their Fashion Trends and other related topics about History of Fashion.It also highlights the celebrities who are seen wearing casual designer jeans and other designer clothing. The main agenda of the blog is to give people the idea how important is the history of jeans to the society and how it connects normal people and the superstars.

V7N Webmaster Forum

Friendliest webmaster forum on the Internet! Discuss graphic design, scripting, web hosting issues or search engine optimization. I am TriggeredbulleT and I am telling you now: "You'll loose half of your life when you missed joining our forum." I remember my post about dying.. It was the best post I made when I was just starting to be serious in my replies.. Here is goes: I should have put a little hair cream in my hair.. At that time, I should have washed my face. I should have wore my favorite AXE DEO SPRAY!!! Yeah. I want to die.... handsomely.. Booohhhh!!! Hoohooohoooo!!! boooo!!! hehe I will die with a smile on my face. I want the people I respect and treasure to think that I am just sleeping. Alive within their hearts.. I want them see all the memories and not the tragedy that happened.. Actually, dying is the most expected thing to happen to a human being... Ya' all know that, right? Even if you have reached 100 years old, still, dying is the last activity you have to finish. A race to the unwanted finish line... There's nothing wrong with preparation. You will die! We will all die .. SITA gave me a green reputation for that.. So dear visitors!! Come and join the fun! HOW?? Click this link and join us! TRIGGEREDBULLET REFERRAL LINK. Enjoy the fun buddies!