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Levi's New 505C Jeans Will Make You Feel Like 1970's Debbie Harry

The brand has remastered its iconic 505 style.

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Levi's New 505C Jeans Will Make You Feel Like 1970's Debbie Harry

The brand has remastered its iconic 505 style.

Levi’s has just released its new denim cut 505C. The brand’s latest style is designed based on the iconic 505 jeans that were made highly popular during the late 1960’s and 1970’s by rock and roll acts such as The Ramones, The Rolling Stones, and Blondie’s Debbie Harry. Drawing inspirations from modern New York’s punk scene, the denim label has created an updated silhouette that sees a straight leg with a slim fit. The letter “C” as seen in the new model’s name refers to “customized.” To celebrate the launch of the new 505C range, the brand has invited none other than Debbie Harry to do a live performance at NYC’s Bowery Ballroom. Speaking of her special collaboration with the denim giant, the singer expressed: “Blue denim has always been truly American, and I can remember when the kids in the Eastern Bloc, before the wall came down, were always asking for our jeans. Levi’s made a lot of dreams come true.”

Priced between $98 USD and $148 USD, you can now purchase the all-new 505C jeans at Levi’s retailing locations and online.

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