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The Week in Denim: What Do Consumers Want to Spend on Skinny Jeans?

Levi Strauss Foundation donates $1M in effort to protect at-risk communities

Levi’s continues to make a positive difference in the world. The company announced that the Levi Strauss Foundation will give $1 million in grants to help organizations that work to protect civil liberties in areas in need across the world. (Read More)

Ralph Lauren misses mark in Q4, but exceeds Wall Street’s estimates

Ralph Lauren ended fourth quarter and fiscal year 2017 with double digit revenue declines, but came out ahead of Wall Street’s estimates. (Read More)

What do consumers want to spend on skinny jeans?

You get what you pay for, or so the saying goes. But has the deluge of off-price retailers, online giants like Amazon and price comparison apps driven consumers’ price perceptions to a new low? (Read More)

Mavi releases anthology on brand history

Denim label Mavi released a book in celebration of the brand’s 25th anniversary titled Mavi Anthology, 25 Years of Learning. (Read More)

BPD Washhouse goes retail with new Nolita pop-up

With a washhouse, an expo, classes and a wealth of knowledge on denim, it’s little surprise a pop-up shop was next in Bill Curtin’s sights.(Read More)

Diesel Denim Lab teams up with Faustine Steinmetz

Diesel Denim Lab, a new hub for designers to experiment with innovative denim designs and technology, teamed up with London-based designer Faustine Steinmetz for its first project. (Read More)