In 1951, Bing Crosby was initially denied entrance to a Canadian hotel for wearing his Levi’s denim jeans. Levi’s got wind and presented him with a denim tuxedo jacket at a celebration In Nevada, where he was honorary mayor. The term, “Canadian Tuxedo” is believed to have come from these events.
Blue jeans are illegal in North Korea because they are a symbol of American imperialism.
A student wore the same pair of jeans for 15 months, proving that they have no more germs than after 13 days.
The sagging jeans below your waist in hip-hop culture began in jail when prisoners were detained without a belt for fear they might use it to commit suicide, or kill a fellow inmate.