They have the perfect cut, not forced, flawless, capable of becoming an age, telling an idea. Representing smile of the sailor who kisses his girlfriend after the war. Or the bliss of Jane Birkin on those French afternoons, that became the ideal of casual chic.
In 1896 Tony Anzalone, an Italian immigrant and previous US Navy sailor, who fulfilled a lifelong ambition by establishing a tailor shop next to the Brooklyn Navy Yard. Over the course of the 20th century the Seafarer bell-bottom became an iconic American garment. In a blink of an eye, necessity became pleasure, practicality became style and the new and old worlds embraced to create something genuinely original.
They have caressed Bridget Bardot’s curves and have crossed ocean’s waves. They have marched in Vietnam War and danced nights at St. Tropez. They were born on the ships of the American Army but have become famous on bodies of the most beautiful women in the world. Seafarer pants have traveled on both land and sea, uniting style and emancipation, war and peace, Hollywood and Rive Gauche.
The Seafarer Jeans have been our customers’ favourite ever since the first pair arrived at the Paulie store. We swear by their style, their fit and most of all, the feeling they give you when you put them on.