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Levi’s® has been an icon of Americana for generations, with an aesthetic that’s recognized across the globe. Since inventing blue jeans in 1873, the brand continues to evolve through a relentless pioneering and innovative spirit that remains unparalleled.

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Levi’s® and Evrnu partnered to create a circular version of the iconic Levi’s®  511® jeans. Using discarded cotton t-shirts to make the renewable fiber, this represented a huge breakthrough in textile-to-textile recycling technology.

This technology holds great promise and is an exciting advancement as we explore the use of regenerated cotton to help significantly reduce our overall impact on the planet.

Paul Dillinger

Levi Strauss & Co.

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