This week's Compassionate Fashion shopping guide spotlights Levi Strauss, a classic American denim brand. Unfortunately, Levi's can no longer afford to produce all of their clothing in the US, but they deserve credit for the all the ways they prioritize worker safety and well-being around the globe. Levi's was the first major apparel company to establish strict ethical standards for their suppliers, requiring fair wages, safe work environments, and no child labor. In 2007 Levi's unveiled a plan to empower women in developing countries with healthcare and education. On the environmental front, their new Water<Less denim line requires 96% less water to make than traditional jeans.
Levi's is a great example of a company that's engaging with the global garment industry in a mindful, ethical way. Luckily for us, they also make some damn cute clothes. Everyone knows Levi's makes classic jeans, so I thought I'd round up some of their funkier, more fashion-forward pieces. Click through to check out 10 of my favorites, all for $100 or less!
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