We see a lot of celebrities in Levi’s cut offs, but I think the fit on these is perfect. Since they’re usually made from a vintage pair of Levi’s, they usually fit on the looser side. This pair looks like they were made for Diane and fit snugly without being too tight. I think she looks great!
Nicole Richie showed off her long legs in a pair of her Levi’s cut off shorts while out running errands in Studio City. We see Nicole out in shorts quite frequently, usually a distressed or vintage pair.
I am surprised that we haven’t seen her try out the overall trend, especially in a shorter length. I could definitely see her wearing a pair with a cropped top or even around her waist like we’ve seen Gwen Stefani style them lately.
I love the look of a button down with cut offs, it adds a nice dressier touch to the relaxed feeling of the shorts. I think one of the most versatile pieces when it comes to denim is a great pair of cut offs. You can get some ideas on how to make a DIY pair of cut offs in Lorna’s post here.
On June 30th, Levi’s announced its new global brand campaign, “Live in Levi’s,” inspired by the millions of stories consumers tell about the things they do in their Levi’s. At the heart of the new campaign is the celebration of real-life “Live in Levi’s” moments – from first dates and first-borns to rodeos and road trips and every day in between. The brand has launched the “Live in Levi’s” campaign spot that brings these moments to life and celebrates individuals who are living and having fun in their Levi’s. You can see some of the campaign shots here.
The video is directed by Fredrik Bond, and features a track by the raspy-voiced blues rock musician Jamie N. Commons. Product highlights include: the Levi’s 511 jean for men, the Levi’s Revel jean for women, and iconic pieces including the 501 jean, western shirt and trucker jacket. This brand video will kick-off a social film series (on August 4th) that is at the centre of “Live in Levi’s” featuring real people who wear their Levi’s day in, day out, captured from the perspectives of those who live day to day in New York, London, Paris, Tokyo and Shanghai. Check it out above!