We tried to combine that 90s spirit with modern comfort without losing our brand’s iconic swagger.
Los Angeles, California (PRWEB) December 18, 2015
JNCO Jeans is excited to announce the official launch of their women’s apparel line. JNCO made headlines and created worldwide buzz with the revival of the men’s line earlier this year, and the fans demanded more. Due to popular demand, the women’s line of bold graphic tees, hoodies, and the comfortable wide-leg denim jeans that made JNCO a household name in the 1990s are now available for presale purchase. The items are available online at JNCO.com and will ship before the end of December 2015.
“The buzz around the return of JNCO jeans is phenomenal. Fans on social media were demanding that we add a women’s line to the JNCO revival, and we’re excited to announce the launch of our women’s line,” says JNCO Chairman Isaac Cohen. “We really wanted to hit the mark in terms of authenticity and quality. We tried to combine that 90s spirit with modern comfort without losing our brand’s iconic swagger. My favorite right now are the Black Hypnotix with epic 32” leg openings,” adds JNCO’s Designer Joe Peters.
JNCO women’s apparel collection is all about well-made yet price-conscious items, including classic denim jeans, flare jeans, ultra wide-legged jeans, graphic T-shirts and graphic pullover and zip hoodies. Popular items include the Black Hypnotix and Blue Hypnotix with 32” leg openings, JNCO Jeans Classix, JNCO Solid State Jeans, JNCO Chimes, JNCO Industrial Tee, and JNCO Space Zip Hoodie.
The items are currently available for presale with an expected shipping date in late December 2015. The collection will continue to be available on JNCO.com and with select trusted retail stores and online retailers.
About JNCO: JNCO is an American jeans brand. Founded in 1985, JNCO evolved into a global force as a leading lifestyle brand in the 1990s. JNCO was revived in early 2015 to connect today’s youth with bold, forward-thinking fashion inspired by SoCal culture. “JNCO sets to defy the rules of street wear and re-establish a brand and aesthetic that is purely in a class of its own.”