Jeans for men DON THE FULLER NEW YORKA030027883 €219,00
Blue men's cotton jeans by Don the Fuller. Made with 5 pockets: two side pockets and three front pockets. Central button closure. Orange finish. Waist with loops. An elegant yet casual garment that never goes out of style.
- 98% cotton
- 2% elastane
- Moving on to life
- Five pockets
- Orange finishes
- Central button closure
- Model size: 32
- Model height: 1.72 cm
- Product color: Blue jeans
The Don the Fuller brand is characterized by a dot placed on the back of the right rear pocket. The brand represents a product of very fine quality, manufactured respecting both the environment and the people who manufacture it.
The term "Don" identifies precisely the "italian character" of the jeans. "Don", indeed, is a prefix that insert before the name shows respect toward the person who receive it; used since the middle of the 13th century to indicate nobles of the patrician family of Milan and Naples, princes, dukes, marquises, ecclesiastics and religious, the "Don" term is the contraction of the word "donno" used already at the time of Dante Alighieri, which comes, in turn, from the word "dominus" which means sir, master.
Besides his honorific use, the prefix "Don" has been later used to name the diocesan priests of the Catholic Church. Famous are the "Don" in the italian literature, in the politic and also in the mafia: Don Rodrigo and Don Giovanni, Don Abbondio, Don Camillo, Don Vito Corleone in "The Godfather".
"Fuller" means "washer" in the english language, where in this case "washer" means someone who is capable in the "dye process".
"Don the Fuller", therefore, means, "the master of the washings" because the "look" of the jeans is characterized both by the research of the fabrics and very good raw materials and in the rare capability to produce valuable and fashionable washings.
Our fashion botique is located in the center Arzignano, Vicenza since 1911.
An experience and a family tradition that have been constantly reinterpreted to get to the latest research and experimentation.