Summer is the time to bring out the denim shorts, the ladies have an amazing selection but sometimes the men don’t get enough choice in my opinion. Levi’s have a huge selection of denim cut offs for the guys to choose from. They have their basic men’s cuts which they have chopped off at knee level or just above and they come in an array of colours.
I have selected 9 of my favourite styles which you can see in the gallery below and I can actually say they are very flattering for the guys as I have seen a lot of them in person. I think denim cut offs for men, at this length, are perfect for the hot weather, especially paired with a simple tee and some slip ons. You can view the entire collection here on the Levi’s website. Since they are Levi’s, they are very affordable, most are less than $50!
Mark Sailing, also known as Puckerman from Glee, was seen leaving his trailer on the set of Glee while filming in Times Square, New York.
Mark matched his trademark mowhawk with a Levi’s denim and shearling jacket and a pair of jeans. I can’t say that I am a fan of this outfit but I think his character Puckerman is really funny, I love Glee!
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It seems as though Alexander Skarsgard is becoming a regular at Joan’s on Third, seeing as he’s been photographed there quite a few times recently. His girlfriend Kate Bosworth has also been seen there frequently, I wonder if she got him hooked. I can’t blame either of them, the food is so good, I can see why it’s a celebrity hot spot.
Alexander wore his Robert Geller x Levi’s jeans, a black shirt and boots. He wears these jeans quite a lot but I can see why, the wash is so rich and only seems to get better with age.
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Levi’s recently unveiled their new “Made Here” concept collection in Newbury Street in Boston, Massachusetts. The “Made Here” collection consists of hand-made goods, crafts and apparel, that are all made in the USA by emerging artists. This collection isn’t just limited to Levi’s either. They have non-Levi’s pieces that are made with the same techniques that Levi Strauss himself used. So Levi’s is still in the soul of the pieces.
Some of the pieces in the collection includes belts by Essex Connecticut based artist Austin Jeffers, Marlin Spike necklaces by self-taught artist Tim Whitten, Farm Tactic Bags, and scarves by Brooklyn based artists Kalen and Astrid. They also have leather jackets by Irving and Jack Schott, their family company introduced the first motorcycle jacket.
This concept isn’t just limited to just Boston. A “Hand Made” shop in New York City’s Meatpacking District that will offer custom tailoring all by hand. So each pieces ordered must feel special when it is received. You can checkout images of the concept below.
Images Courtesy of Phillip Angert