Levi’s Vintage Clothing has put again his hand in the archives to create a limited version of his flagship model, the 501.
This time in a Japanese version, similar to the one released in the ’90 for the opening of the Harajuku’s store, in 2019.
Today Levi’s introduces us the 501 Japan Jean, limited to 150 pairs woldwide, this model is realized with 12 Oz selvedge Japanese denim, has a medium/relaxed fit and contrast stitching.
Every single detail: the backpatch, the red tab, the packaging and also the buttons, are in Japanese lenguage.
So as to celebrate the fact that the 501® Shrink-to-Fit™ fabric, used in the “Vintage Clothing” collections, came from Japan.
The Levi’s Vintage Clothing 501 Japan Jean is now avaiable on the Levi’s Vintage Clothing site and on some online retailers at the price of 500 euros.
Discover also the history of the 501 in a documentary.
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