- naekuoLv 71 decade agoFavorite Answer
In 1962, the magazine American Fabrics ran an article that stated, "If we were to use a human term to describe a textile we might say that denim is an honest fabric - substantial, forthright, and unpretentious." So how did this utilitarian and unpretentious fabric become the stuff of legends that it is today? And how did pants made out of denim come to be called jeans, when they were not made out of the fabric called jean? One very important reason can be found in the life and work of a Bavarian-born businessman who made his way to Gold Rush San Francisco nearly 150 years ago.....
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