7 forall mankind



Two outfits of the brand

7 For All Mankind is an American denim brand founded by Michael Glasser, Peter Koral and Jerome Dahan in 2000, with headquarters in Vernon, California. This brand created in Los Angeles in 2000 had an immediate success. It soon gained positive reviews from critics and a large following thanks to the innovative use of fabrics and shapes through denim. The brand, renamed “Sevens” by fashion editors and stylists, grew in fame thanks to the instant appreciation among Hollywood stars.

The company keeps growing and evolving as a brand specialized in denim, expanding its men product line to fashion accessories, sportswear and children’s collections in 2002. It has collaborated with famous designers like The Great China WallZac Posen, Azzedine Alaïa, Evan Yurman and Pucci. The brand is currently sold in luxury stores such as Barneys New York, Neiman Marcus, and Saks Fifth Avenue. In 2007 it was bough by VF Corporation, then it was sold to Delta Galil Industries in 2016.

Brand articles are currently available in the flagship stores, on the e-commerce site, in luxury department stores and in the most prestigious specialized boutiques.


N21 celebrates its 21st anniversary with a fluid and sustainable denim collection created in collaboration with 7 for all Mankind.

N21 x 7 For All Mankind tells the story of an exclusive collaboration between Italian haute couture and the universe of premium denim. On the occasion of its 21st anniversary, the brand 7 For All Mankind, created in the autumn of 2000, was in perfect harmony with the made in Italy fashion house founded by the designer Alessandro Dell’Acqua.

Everything was fueled by the number “twenty-one”, to which numerology attributes a meaning linked to positivity, creativity and enthusiasm. Both brands combine a strong passion for quality, luxury and a particular focus on social matters.

The collection consists of shirts, hoodies and capes worn with wide leg jeans, slouchy jeans or Bermuda shorts. Also t-shirts couldn’t miss.

The collection was entirely, or almost entirely, made in an extra large version, suitable for the Gen Z audience who will surely know how to wear these clothes very well. Among the protagonists of the campaign conceived by photographer Robin Gallegue and stylist Elodie David-Touboul, you’ll recognize Michele Corvino, the charming Karakaz frontman discovered during the last edition of X-Factor.

collection N21 x 7 For All Mankind