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November 29th, 2012

WANGUJEANS – Scandinavian Design, Made in Italy, Inspired by Africa.

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Written by: Jacqueline Shaw
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WANGUJEANS was founded in 2011 based on the principle: “Jeans with the African woman in mind” – a target audience that other brands of jeans and manufacturers seem to have overlooked. The difference between African and European women’s physiology is obvious – when it comes to the construction and fit of jeans, this product is in short supply at many stores worldwide.
WANGUJEANS is based in Denmark and is specializes in designing and manufacturing denim jeans for different body types, to make sure the jeans are flattering, in all the right places. WANGUJEANS offers more room in the hip, rear and thigh areas, yet the waistline is contoured and streamlined to fit a smaller waist – with no gaping at the waistband. The company’s target audience are women between the ages of 15 – 45 looking for comfort, fashionable design and denim with an attitude.
WANGUJEANS, launched their “Royal Diva” collection in 2012 to provide the best quality, fit, and styles in denim. The company only uses original Italian fabrics to give their customers the best and most luxurious product. Each garment is crafted with great attention to workmanship, construction, fit and quality.
WANGUJEANS is established in Europe, North America as well as Africa, and are sold online worldwide. They design jeans with a specific good fit which is customize to women of color.
Scandinavian Design, Made in Italy, Inspired by Africa.
More information and pictures can be found on our website: www.wangujeans.com







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