Mudd jeans

Mudd jeans

American premium jeans for junior girls market (girls 10-18 years), from New York

The basics

Intro American premium jeans for junior girls market (girls 10-18 years), from New York
For female

Contact

Website muddjeans.com

History

Date founded 1995
Founded in United States of America
Located in United States of America
Manufactured in United States of America

Mudd Jeans is a young women's clothing brand founded in 1995 by Dick GilbertGeorge FontiniMarty Weisfeld, and Joanne Jacobsen. The brand became popular when they introduced their affordable flare-leg jeans, which was a popular style at the time.

Later, it expanded to a wider line of products, which currently includes jeans, dresses, jackets, shirts, t-shirts, blouses, tops, shorts, sweaters, and lingerie.

In 2006, Mudd was bought by Iconix Brand Group, which owns several fashion brands such as Lee CooperBuffalo by David Bitton, and Umbro.

Under new ownership, Mudd has continued to expand their brand and has introduced "Mudd Girls Move the World" which features real girls and their stories about helping out in their community. Until 1997, its products could be found in the United States at Kohl's, JC Penney, Sears, Shoe Dept., Target, Famous Footwear, Bealls, Bon Ton, Dillard’s, Carson Pirie Scott, and Stage. The label is also available in Panama and Mexico. Recently, Mudd became an exclusive of Kohl's stores.