The brand name Naked & Famous is a satire of our celeb-obsessed culture. They aim to poke fun at “Hollywood” and “Glamour” brands that sell jeans for $300 and up solely because they are celebrity endorsed, and not because they are higher quality. Their logo is reminiscent of 1950s Pop-Art. Early Pop-Artists depicted the “ideal blond” as a satire of mass media and mass culture, then fed it right back to them. They intend to do the same. They travel to Japan multiple times a year to find new fabrics, working with denim mills to develop crazy things like glow-in-the-dark denim, cashmere blends, raspberry scratch-n-sniff, reflective denim, rainbow-fade denim, and so much more. All of their products are proudly cut, made, and sewn in Canada. Always have been, always will be.