Folk inspiration for our Carly
Do you know who we were inspired by to name our Carly ? We'll give you a clue: she was one of the most applauded American folk artists of the 70s, winning several Grammys and, in addition, she championed the fight for peace. Yes, we are talking about Carly Simon and today we want to delve a little deeper into her musical career so that you understand why we pay tribute to her with one of the most stylish and avant-garde jeans.
Well, Carly Simon's career began with her sister, Lucy, with whom she formed the duo The Simon Sisters, with little success. When they split up around the end of the 1960s, Carly began her solo career and in 1971 two of her songs, 'That's the way I've always heard it should be', from the first album, and 'Anticipation' , from the second LP, became 2 big hits in their native country.
After this, Carly Simon recorded her third studio album, which included her most famous song, 'You're so Vain': the single sold more than 1 million copies, reaching number 1 in Billboard magazine in 1973 Likewise, the album that received the most recognition of her career was 'No Secrets', which earned her a Grammy.
For years, the folk singer became a symbol of freedom by performing at numerous anti-nuclear and peace concerts, and in 1977 she performed the theme song for the James Bond soundtrack 'The Spy Who Loved Me', 'Nobody does it Better', with which he returned to the top of the Billboard list.
The last of his great successes came in 1988, when he won the Grammy, the Golden Globe and the Oscar for the song 'Let the River Run', as part of the BSO of the feature film 'Working Girl'.
As lovers of the style and sweetness of the American singer, we wanted to pay homage to Simon with the Carly model, a mid-high-waisted skinny-cut jean, reinforced in the butt area for a push-up effect. It has a very modern finish and an elastic midweight fabric ideal for any time of the year. Thanks to the meticulous study of jeans, today we can offer you an ethical and sustainable 'Made in Spain' push-up. Now you have denim engineering at the service of your silhouette!