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Levi’s® 501® Keeps Fashion Honest

Levi’s® 501® Keeps Fashion Honest

Fed up with fads and totally over trends, Levi’s® Jeans brings fashion back down to earth with the introduction of new premium washes in it’s unpretentious original and definitive jean, the 501®. Staying true to its fashionable design and fit, Levi’s® 501® jeans is back with hot washes and rinses for guys and girls.

The new 501® campaign is all about keeping life real and authentic, just like the iconic 501® jeans. It’s about knowing who you really are and telling the world the intimate truth about what makes you unique.

If imitation is the highest form of flattery, then the 501® jeans is the king of compliments. This is the jean that has spanned across decades of style and fashion and held it’s own as the definitive piece of denim since the beginning. 501® jeans have blessed every bottom across the world because they tailor to all and are the ultimate blank canvas to add personal style to.

The 501® jeans detailing combines premium finishes and fabrics to create an authentic well-worn look showing the trials of a 501® wearers life. With sexy raw, savage and customized finishes available there has never been a better time to slip into a style that continually keeps men looking damn good in denim.

501® jeans paired back with a crisp white tee, is one of the simplest fashion statements ever made and yet still evokes understated cool worldwide. The 501® jeans range are worn-in and relaxed, the ultimate unisex jean, so if you’ve never owned a pair then you’re missing out on the original and definitive “jean gene”. For those that have owned a pair, get back to your roots and get into Levi’s® 501® jeans, you know you want it.

Levi’s® 501® Jeans, do you fit the legend?

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