Henry III Generation is a new denim label created of Angie Ahmadi-Miller, a refugee from Afghanistan now based in the US. The jeans are made from the finest quality italian denim and use cuts and styling that create the illusion of longer, leaner legs as well as raised, firmer buttocks… which has got to be a good thing. Furthermore, this is a denim brand with a conscience – a percentage of the profits are donated to a non-profit foundation dedicated to helping women and children whose lives have been torn apart by war and oppressive rule.


  1. I bought my Henry jeans less than one year ago and only wear this pair on special occasions. I have never put them in the dryer and only have washed them by hand. In the past months that I have owned them, I have worn them, maybe ten times. Today, as I got ready to go to a super bowl party, they split! They did not split down a seam or over the knee or even in the bottom, as you may expect if jeans are too tight or worn too much. These jeans are neither and they split across the back of my thigh! This is supposed to be superior denim and cost more than any other pair of jeans that I own. I am very sad! What can be done to restore my faith in Henry?

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