Saturday , 30 September 2023


Fashionable joy of experimenting and the love for the own body are the cornerstones on which the creations of Angels to build. In 1980, the dissatisfaction with the fit, design and price of contemporary trousers attracts the creative people from their rooms in the tranquil Nagold. The label Angels was born and immediately went to action. The brand was the first German supplier of five-pocket trousers in women’s sizes and inventor of the length guide of the trouser industry. In addition to the passport friendliness, the desire to combine is characteristic of the collections from the Black Forest: a wide range of colors is just as important to angels as it is to self-confident patterns and designs. Used look stands next to elegant allover print, slightly flared slim fit next to feminine skinny shape.

Angels uses passionate elements and mixes them with modern color and design. So experienced with the Dolly the classic straight cigarette pants from the 50s revival within the denim collection. With the Angels skinny jeans, the combination joy of the brand becomes particularly clear: the typical shade of blue contrasts with bold, bold colors from green to orange and petrol. Add to that the pleasure of the pattern, which is especially evident in crocodile and flower prints.

Angels slim-fit jeans like the Cici prove that it can also be looser, with comfortable cuts and a slightly flared leg for a perfect fit. Elastane guarantees a perfect fit on many models.

Reinforcement get the Angel’s jeans from her siblings from the in-house collection. Angels corduroy pants and chinos are mostly in natural shades. The contemplative Black Forest is more than creative inspiration. The attachment to one’s own roots is also reflected in the production. Thus, environmentally friendly production steps, technologies and material compositions are the focus of the brand. The quality seal “Made in Europe” attracts Angels as a further leitmotif. For example, the third pillar of the Nagold brand is joined by a third: the preservation of jobs through European-style workmanship and regional final inspection.