Denim just never goes out of style, does it? Chances are, if you’ve ever been on the hunt for the perfect pair of jeans, you’ll be familiar with the beyond-iconic Levi’s 501. This year, to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the legendary design, Levi’s is partnering up with Italian streetwear designer Marcelo Burlon for a brand-new limited-edition drop.

For this contemporary yet classic collection, upcycled denim is laser treated to recreate a tonal patchwork pattern across the pieces similar to previous Marcelo Burlon County of Milan collections. The drop will feature a pair of 551Z straight leg jeans inspired by the very first Levi’s pre-shrunk jeans, as well as an organic cotton trucker jacket reminiscent of the Levi’s Type II Trucker Jacket.

Each item is topped off with cross logo flag labels and County blue labels to seamlessly merge both Levi’s and County of Milan’s brand identities. Starting from the end of June, the collection will be available online at and at the County of Milan flagship location in the heart of Milan.

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