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Carrot Crazy - New Levi's Jeans

Carrot Crazy

Levi’s jeans® innovative design team is busy at it again, this time creating a new movement in denim - an unconventional cut of Japanese inspired jeans for all the crazy kids out there. Appropriately coined “The Carrot” due to the streamline cut, baggy upper thigh and tapered ankle, this is not a jean for the faint hearted.

Taking inspiration from the Tokyo’s underground subcultures, where you create your own identity through expression, creativity and individuality. The Carrot jean available for both men and women is perfect marriage of skinny & slouch and can be tweaked or customised to reflect the unique style of the cool Carrot customer.

Simply add your own unique quirkiness to the Carrot jean and create outlandish style previously unseen here before. Designed for the non-conformists, almost anti-fashion victim, Levi’s® Carrot jean brings fresh attitude to an otherwise tired and drab denim world.

Levi’s® Carrot jeans are RRP$169.95 for both Men and Women, available from April 2006 from select independent retailers for stockist call 09 309 0319.

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