2005: That Time Four Girls Supposedly Shared a Single Pair of Jeans Thanks to the power of suspension of disbelief, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants taught young girls everywhere the power of friendship. And Lycra.
1992: Funky Bunch The best part about a good pair of jeans is they go with everything, but Calvin Klein proved that they look best with pretty much nothing else. And okay, the bipolar pairing of Kate Moss and Wahlberg helped. A little.
2002, Premium Denim Hits the Big Time Blame it on Hedi, but suddenly shelling out forty bucks for jeans wasn't cool. What was, was forking over $150+ for a properly cut pair from the likes of Seven for All Mankind, Citizens of Humanity, True Religion, and any one of the umpteen brands that popped up at the time.
1971: The Rolling Stones Put Out Sticky Fingers Any question about the title's euphemism was quickly put to bed with one look at the, ahem, prominent album artwork—the fly on a pair of black jeans. The zipper even worked.
1873: Levi's Invents Jeans Jacob Davis, a tailor by way of Reno, collaborates with Levi Strauss to create premium grade work pants dubbed the "XX". A patent is registered and the first pair of blue jeans is born.