9855 Meilleur Suite 110
Montreal Qc. Canada H3L 3J6
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“It all started with the desire to make a perfect pair of jeans for women of all shapes and sizes. You know, the ones you dream about but can never find. And so, I set out to make them myself — jeans that fit in all the right places, jeans that flatter your body so you look and feel confident. In 2004, I set up shop in a small apartment on top of my dad’s jeans store in Montreal. In 2006, my brother Sam and I joined forces and Lola Jeans was born.” David
Growing up in the family business, not one day would go by without talking jeans at the dinner table. Seeing how I hated school, my dad took matters into his own hands before things got out of control. He asked I drop out of school. Till that day, I am grateful for this bold decision my dad took. I was barely 16 but I was hungry to work and learn the trade. Reluctant at first, I worked closely by my dad’s side at his jeans store, and before long, I fell in love with the fashion industry. I decided to pursue my studies in fashion marketing at LaSalle College. At last, I found my passion.
Fresh out of school and with barely any manufacturing know-how, my brother and I started designing and producing women’s jeans. We didn’t know exactly what the fits would be, but we had a good idea of what we hoped to create, a perfect pair of jeans for women of all shapes and sizes. There simply wasn’t a jean that was perfectly fitting and equally flattering. Even having developed a keen eye for a great fitting jean, the task ahead would be easier said than done. The first jean would have to be a real jean for real people. Not for trends. Not to suit an image or lifestyle. Certainly, not to replicate existing formulas within the industry.
“Most jean styles are born out of a fashion trend or modern innovation. Our signature Pull On Jean was born as a reaction to what wasn’t being offered. The design behind the Pull On Jean is intended to encourage the acceptance and celebration of a woman’s body, as it is. This fit became the basis of who we are today, setting the standards by which our customers have come to expect from us.”
We believe that all women are beautiful and inspiring, no matter her shape or size. Lola Jeans embodies these beliefs and strives to empower women through fashion.
Embrace Your Curves, Beauty is Not Defined by The Size of Your Jeans.
Jack of all trades, master of none. People say I’m OCD, I say I’m meticulous. My brother always tells me that I have a short fuse, I say I like things done my way. I love mingling, but it just pisses my wife off that I talk to total strangers. Endlessly searching for adventure or I shall say, livin’ on the edge. I enjoy a great BBQ with a glass of Cab. Kill me, but I just don’t understand vegans, they’re missing out on sooooooooooo much. I hate ketchup and despise mayo. I am very annoyed when people order a Frappuccino with soy milk, low fat whipped cream, caramel and chocolate topping, THIS IS NOT COFFEE! I never understood why someone would walk their dog in a stroller, doesn’t the dog have legs? I have no clue who Beyonce is nor do I care! Facebook looks cool, but I’m not there yet. I work endless hours but I always find time to volunteer at my neighborhood’s food bank or to care for the needy. It energizes me and it’s just the right thing to do.
Quiet and weird at times, although people say I’m awesome once they get to know me. I cannot hurt a fly. I am compassionate and generous. A marathoner with a beer belly, I know it’s weird?!? Stressing big time over the recent loss of my hair. Can chug 10 beers in no time and then tell you let’s go for a beer! I HATE eating leftovers and can’t stand the odor of a salami sandwich. I had braces for 6 years, but I still have a gap in my front teeth. I enjoy spending my weekends doing just nothing. Can’t miss a day without a Mars bar. I hate wasting time, I am hands on and very efficient. I bark but I don't bite. I think I’m clear spoken but people never understand when I talk?!? I go bananas waiting for my brother all the time, he has to socialize with everyone he meets. I never understood why I need to say hi to all my neighbors, I don’t even know them….
Everyone calls me Anthony, but my real Armenian name is Antranik. I am the official shipper at Lola Jeans. At home, I am the proud father of two little boys and husband to my lovely wife. Love sports, but my favorite is definitely soccer especially the Barcelona team. I spend most of my time with my boys. We love to bike, hike and read together. I enjoy a good meal from my wife and love having friends over for a dinner party. My pet peeve is people who leave their shoes on in my house, can’t stand it! People who know me well would say I am hardworking, a great father and sometimes stubborn, lol that’s me!
I have 3 older sisters. No matter how old I get I’ll always be the baby. I can’t travel for more than a week without getting homesick. I love animals especially the odd looking ones that nobody pays attention to. I love being up north, there’s nothing like fresh air and no cell phone reception! The perfect day for me would be on my computer with a very big cup of coffee!
Karaoke addict. I'm the middle child in my family, so I learned how to be patient and diplomatic. I love to travel, and make a point to learn a few phrases in the local language wherever I go. It opens doors. Huge fan of The Wire; I would be so down for a sixth season. I always roll up my sleeves, and I don't do polo shirts. Hummus. Every. Day.
Graphic designer by day, bat girl by night; no not really, well, one's true. Kinda quirky, definitely creative, and prone to saying Yay!!! A LOT. Coming from an Italian upbringing pasta runs through my veins; and yes the stereotypes are true, it's our life source. Besides that, I'm for sure food oriented, and as I don't drink any tea or coffee, sweets during the day make me smile and keep me energized. Last but not least, I can be shy at times but I warm up to those that are patient, and that surprise me with candy hint hint. Definitely a grown up but can still be a kid at heart sometimes, Lewis Caroll taught me the importance of that.