Levi's is looking back to the jeans it produces in the 1940s with a new collection called "Perfect Imperfections." The origin behind the name refers to the inconsistencies found in many of the jeans because of the rationing required during WW2. Levi's Vintage Clothing has replicated those details and variations with five limited edition versions of the 1944 501. Jeans will feature missing red tabs or extra red tabs, varying fabric pocketing, and arcuate stitching on the back pockets with some of the stitching being normal, crooked, oddly shaped, upside down, or even non-existent.
The "Perfect Imperfections" collection will be limited to 501 pairs and are available exclusively on the Levi's App.