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Levi’s steams things up with hot summer denim

SCORCHIN’ SUMMER

Levi’s® Jeans steams things up with hot summer denim

Mixing their strong independent music influence with raw street style Levi’s® Jeans gets ready to turn up the heat with all new denim fits for summer.

In true Levi’s® Jeans form, the new summer styles are set to make denim devotees stand out from the pack with unique styles and the hottest fits.

Girls should prepare to primp their pins for the highlight piece of their summer collection, the Levi’s® Tuff Cuff shorts. Stopping just above the knee, the Tuff Cuff short takes the cult favourite, Levi’s® Tuff Skinny jean and crops them- perfect for those hot summer days. Team them with thongs for a casual beach session or ramp it up with heels for a night time fiesta and set the streets on fire this summer!

For guys – the skinny is that lean is in, so check out the Levi’s® 511 slim straight. With an all occasion fit, this masculine straight leg, 5 pocket jean, delivers style straight up.
Both styles are in store now!
www.levi.co.nz


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