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“Across the globe, the language of denim is universally understood and respected. It's easy to
comprehend, it's effortlessly chic and in its own relaxed way, it's sexy! Regain the essence of
"you" with a perfect fitting jean and you'll understand, especially if you're middle-aged ,why
we call DG2 ‘A miracle in a pant leg.’” - Gilman
Baby Boomers- you’ve still got it! Diane Gilman is living proof that if you are Baby Boomer, you’ve only just begun to live. She transformed her life in her fifties by building a fashion empire. Diane is a living reminder that you are never too old to chase your dreams.
At age fifty-nine Diane launched a clothing line for women of maturity - the widely successful DG² jeans. As she was developing the line, she says she kept reminding herself to “just stop the clock. Age agelessly!" Her vision was for mature woman to grab a pair of jeans of any style and feel incredible. Her dreams surely came true. Gilman has sold more than seven million pairs of jeans through the Home Shopping Network (HSN).
“HSN put me on the air at five in the morning, and we sold 5,000 pairs in three minutes,” said Diane. Now she is known as the “Denim Diva” and has become a star of HSN.
What makes the DG2 jeans so special? They provide exceptional comfort and flatter every woman’s shape whether a petite or plus size. They are exceptionally comfortable and feature a unique waistline. The secret to these jeans is that they are made from a stretchy, breathable fabric and the waistline has a soft elasticity that fits every shape.
Jeans are society’s classic clothing. Diane knew that and designed a fashionable way for women to feel just like they did in their twenties, when wearing a pair of jeans in their 50’s and 60’s.
Diane’s story isn’t just about jeans- it’s about becoming exactly who she wanted to be regardless of age. Now she can enjoy how her life has drastically changed (and her customers can enjoy a great pair of jeans)!
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