Teri & Eva's Jeans That Give To a Good Cause

02/17/2007 at 06:00 AM ET

Pierce Jeans launched one year ago and has already established itself as having fashionable and great-fitting jeans. Just ask Teri Hatcher and Eva Longoria! Not content to settle with making women’s lower bodies look great, Pierce Jeans donates 50% of their profits to children’s charities. This year, their charity of choice is Kids of Kilimanjaro , which provides in-school meals for children, and in turn helps foster a lower drop out rate. Pierce Jeans has the goal of supporting 100,000 children a year — to buy a pair and help the cause (and your closet) go to Piercejeans.com.

Photo: Courtesy of Pierce Jeans

FILED UNDER: Charity , Denim

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yoo-mee on

I love pierce JEANS! I have hard time finding jeans but pierce jeans fit me so well. It flatters my body! yay! Seriously, it feels great when you find a pair that you can wear with anything and you know that you look great! Also, it is so comfortable!!!

Mudkip on

I hate pierce jeans…

mary on

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