Christian Audigier’s Crystal Rock Collection

30 Jun

Rocker Girl Foil Tee

Hey Jude Foiled Leggings

5 Pocket Skinny Leg Denim Jeans

Americana 5 Pocket Shorts

Marley Crop Jeans

Rising Sun 13″ Skinny Jeans

Pink/Gold Logo Embroidery Skinny Jeans

Studded Detail Skinny Jeans Warrior Wash

Christian Audigier was raised in Avignon, southern France. As a young teen, he took a job as a salesman at a boutique , in Avignon where he was able to boost denim sales through merchandising and marketing. The increased sales figures caught the attention of executives at Mac Keen Jeans, who travelled from Paris to Avignon to meet with him. As a result, Audigier was hired as a denim designer for Mac Keen at the age of 15. While still in his teens, he also worked as a designer for Elio Fiorucci, where he earned the nickname “King of Jeans.”


Audigier continued his work as a designer and opened his own clothing and packaging company, Christian Audigier and His Gang, where he consulted for over 100 labels worldwide including Diesel, Levi’s and Lee.
After achieving success in Avignon, Christian Audigier moved to Los Angeles where he partnered with Von Dutch Originals. While at Von Dutch, Audigier started the trucker cap fashion trend, among other influential trends.
In 2004, Audigier left Von Dutch to start Ed Hardy, where he designed apparel using tattoo artwork. He licensed the graphics of Don Ed Hardy, a tattoo pioneer, who was one of the first outsiders to study in Japan under tattoo master Horihide.—wikipediahttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Christian_Audigier”>wikipedia>

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