Thursday, December 4, 2008


After gathering countless pairs of Levi's® Jeans worldwide, the pairs are washed and then manually cut-to-measure and re-assembled so that certain parts of the pants can be made into the shoes' uppers. Highlighting the pants' watch pockets, copper rivets, yellow stitchings, belt loops and buttons, the Levi's® Re-Used Jeans Shoes are sure to look cutting edge and stylishly unique; not to mention one-of-a-kind!

1 comment:

emily said...

Thanks for this post! I am actually writing my thesis on whether or not a socially and environmentally conscious shoe company can compete in the footwear industry. You blogs have been a very useful resource for me. I also found another site that may be of interest to you. It is a t-shirt company called “recommend shirts”, they are expanding out to do other things like shoes and bags but I have seen some of their work around stores in L.A. Check out their website at