Bernard Zins Pants

There are pants, your everyday ordinary pants from the department store. They fit ok, they cover your legs and do the job. But don’t you want a pant that is the highest in terms of manufacturing quality, fabric selection, cutting, and innovation? These are the four values that make Bernard Zins one of the top pant makers in the business. You mention this brand, and people in the fashion industry know just who you are talking about.

bernard zins pants

“You recognize well-done pants when they make you forget those you were just wearing prior”

A History

The company was founded by no other than Bernard Zins. Equipped with an engineering degree from the Arts et Metiers national school, he took a trip to research apparel productivity in the US in 1950. The trip was a formidable moment in his future fashion career. His schooling in engineering led him to understand industrial quality and tailoring, helping him develop many innovations.

In 1967, he founded this company, specializing in high end pants. By 1970, he had a showroom in a famous Parisian district. In the 70s and 80s, he develops multiple innovative techniques for lining, flies, pockets, pleats, and invisible seams. These innovations soon become the standard in pants making. They are used for prestigious brands like Yves Saint Laurent, Yohji Yamamoto, and Pierre Cardin.

10 quality points bernard zins

“Each Bernard Zins style is designed to ensure restraint, comfort, and resistance for an impeccable result.”

In recognition for his work in pants making, Bernard Zins is praised in an event put on by the Printemps Department Store in 1999. Today, Bernard Zins pants can be found in France, as well as the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, Belgium, and Japan. At Joseph Wendt Custom Clothiers, we are proud to be carrying Bernard Zins pants.

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