The iconic dungaree brand brings its casual yet durable jeans ($60–$250), jackets ($80–$250) and button-ups ($60–$250) for men and women to the cobblestone streets of the Meatpacking District, making this its fifth Manhattan location. Though you can find Levi’s just about anywhere that sells jeans, you’ll want to come here for archival reissues of the slightly baggy, straight-leg 501 style dating back to 1890 ($250)—the Meatpacking store is the first to carry it on the East Coast. This is also the spot to go to for limited-edition collaborations, such as Levi’s Workwear x Pendleton ($118–$238), which features items in a mix of Levi’s denim and Pendleton’s iconic wool wovens in Native American–inspired jacquard patterns. We’re drooling over jacquard-lined trucker jackets ($178) and women’s capes ($148) from the capsule collection, as well as Workwear x Filson denim tote bags ($118) and Schott leather jackets ($900). If those aren’t enough reasons to visit, come for the tailor shop, which offers on-site alterations and repairs (starting at $20 for jean hemming).
|Venue name:||Levi’s Meatpacking (CLOSED)||Contact:|
414 W 14 St
|Cross street:||between Ninth Ave and Washington St|
|Opening hours:||Mon–Sat 10am–8pm, Sun 11am–7pm|
|Transport:||Subway: A, C, E to 14th St (Eighth Ave)|
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