Jacob Cohen is a brand specialized in luxury jeans are made for comfort and meticulous attention to materials and details. Informal style, but sartorial taste, an idea designed to disrupt the sense of a cult like jeans.
The idea comes from Tato Bardelle, former maker of brands like Outsider, Americanino and Kinghino in 1985.
And 'his son Nicholas Bardelle that, then in 2003, implements a real revolution of the brand and jeans, denim offering a valuable, innovative and unique in style and materials: the jeans no longer limited to workwear, is proposed as a life style for those who love the denim fabric and jeans for newbies.
The young entrepreneur renews the brand logo, adopting the "J" by Jacob Cohen, increasing the range of fabrics, starting with the use of a
precious selvedge denim. The distinctive features of the brand are also aesthetically impeccable stitching in the pants, the use of jewel buttons and labels colored horse, combined with the color of the thread of the stitching and the buttons themselves.
The proposals range from limited edition pants, made of denim fabric selvage Kurabo, jeans to cashmere and cotton yarns produced with noble and built by a craftsman Japanese. From skirts to denim five-pocket entirely in cashmere.
The finishing tailoring characterize the leaders of the brand: the inner are chain stitch, buttons and rivets are enamelled silver, only the legs are finished to 'cut and paste', but everything else is countered or trimmed.
The fabrics are carefully chosen: in addition to Japanese denim Kurabo, there are precious fabrics Cashmere cotton, cotton knit twisted, to have extra fabric soft and very durable, and the jeans in cotton and silk.