Here’s yet another profile in the Levi’s Commuter series. It’s nice to see Levi’s stepping it up this year with these videos. If you missed Tyrone’s from the Scraper Bike Movement you should give that a watch!
Out of all the Levi’s Commuter profiles, this one’s my favorite.
The idea of “free” these days usually comes with a catch, yet when the Levi’s Commuter Workshops popped up in Brooklyn, LA and London, free really does mean free. A free desk to work at, free bike repair / wash areas, free coffee, free wifi and yes, free tailoring. So what’s the catch? No, really, there isn’t one.
Levis is continuing their Commuter campaign by profiling people who commute by and use the bike in the city.
The 2013 Levi’s® Commuter collection is now available online and at select Levi’s® retail spots. This season, the line has expanded, offering something for everyone. Maybe next year, ladies will have a pick too?
Check out the press-release below…
Levi’s® is continuing their Go to Work series with NYC and Knox Robinson:
“For the third and final episode of our Commuter “Go to Work” film series, we ride in New York City with Knox Robinson. A true NYC Renaissance man, Knox’s footprints are all over the city, from editing FADER magazine (2000-2005) to co-founding and coaching Black Roses NYC. “
The Levi’s Bike Shop hits Austin on Monday at Fast Folks!
Also, check out episode two of the Go To Work series, featuring A Small Print Shop in Denver.
Anytime this dude graces my inbox, I have to give it some love. Jordan Hufnagel continues his modeling career with the new Levi’s® Commuter Collection. Check out the lookbook here!
Levi’s traveling bike shop tour is happening, beginning with Portland. They’re offering free tune-ups, and free tailoring? I’m all about free tailoring. Check out the Portland flier below.
Hypebeast has the drop on the new Levi’s Commuter Series spring lookbook for 2013. Head on over to see some familiar faces. Sup brehs?