High-rise denim “hits the millennials because it’s cool and new and it hits the little bit older customer who just needs more coverage,” said Susan Kellogg, the VF president who oversees 7 for All Mankind, Splendid and Ella Moss. “Whenever a trend like that is so commercial it means money.”
Because you can still smell CK One and carry a torch for Pamela Anderson.
He was just a guy in need of a pair of jeans.
I don’t mean to burst your bubble, but fall is fast approaching. Drown your sorrows in material things. Like jackets.
Too sexy, too violent, too blasphemous, too druggie, too suicidal, etc.
Do you have a 60-year-old pair of jeans lying around? Get that up on eBay, STAT.
Search “thigh gap” on Twitter and a promotional Levi’s tweet appears, atop a list of mostly pro-anorexia tweets. This is probably not what Levi’s wanted.
Flying mannequin hands, children pulling the fire alarm, and fighting over pencils. Anonymous associates from stores around New York City share their craziest holiday shopping stories.
Levi’s now makes a onesie that gives the illusion of two separate pieces. Why didn’t I think of this before? I’m going to start sewing all my shirts and pants together and save myself exactly 45 seconds every morning.
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Guys fill their jeans with helium and float away. It’s pretty much a Levi’s commercial meets an episode of Jackass.
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