If you love Levi’s, you’ve probably heard about Levi’s Vintage Clothing (LVC to those in the know), the brand’s line of reproductions of some of its most iconic styles. You’ve probably also had to do a bit searching – time well spent, we say – for the collection’s amazing 1960s 606s, 1900 bib and brace overall, and 1970s Orange Tab Trucker jacket, for example, because different styles were sold at different spots. 

But now you can shop for a bunch of LVC classics all in one place on Levi.com. Buy men’s and women’s styles, including tees, jackets, cut-offs, skirts and, of course, jeans, including the 501, which Levi’s has recreated in eight of its historical fit iterations, following the evolution of the famous style from 1890 to 1978. Icons are featured in a cool, click-able timeline, and there’s a guide to help you navigate sizing, depending on how you plan to wash your new blues: not at all, by wearing them in the tub, or putting them in the washing machine.

We’ve got our eyes on those ’60s 606s and that ’70s A-line skirt. And now we know exactly where to find them.


VINTAGE, CLASSIC On the new Levi’s Vintage Clothing shop at Levi.com, Orange Tab reissues include the 1970 denim Western ($210), the 1960 606 customized jean ($215), and 1960s suede Sherpa jacket ($1150); go to levi.com.