When Your Jeans Become a #MeToo Talking Point

“I liked the idea of using denim, which has in recent history been the fabric of revolution, but that started out as very much a man’s uniform,” Ms. Meyer said. “Plus, the denim industry is still very male dominated.” The products, which cost $250 (for jeans), $375 (the jacket) and $57 (the T-shirt), with 10 percent of all sales going to the National Women’s Law Center to help women who are victims of sexual harassment, will be offered via a website (wewearthepants.com) and in three pop-up stores.