Levis Vintage Clothing

Levis Vintage Clothing (LVC) is a subsidiary of Levis, which wasn’t started in earnest until 1996, though Levis in Japan had been producing a few replicas since 1987. These replicas became more and more sort after in Europe building on the brand and expanding the line incorporating clothing other than denim from Levis own vast archive.

The denim used on all selvedge LVC products is produced in the Cone Mills factory in North Carolina and has supplied its denim to Levis since 1915, making these reproductions as authentic as can be. Throughout the years the iconic 501 waist overalls (jeans weren’t called jeans commonly until the 1960’s) has changed is style, construction and cut meaning there is a range of fits and styles to choose from to suit most tastes.