Cone Mills Colab Bailer
The story of Cone denim began in 1891, when brothers Moses and Ceasar Founded Cone Export and Commission Company. By 1905 they established a mill that would become renowned for setting the standard for quality denim. Cone Denim's White Oak Mill, named after a 200 year old tree on its grounds, continues to craft the most authentic denims for over a century. Regarded as a stronghold of textile history, White Oak remains an integral resource for its archives and an endless inspiration. In 1915, Cone was approached by LS&CO as a supplier, beginning a long term commitment to one another.
In the 1920's, Cone started individualizing LS&CO denim with Red Selvedge, which is still synonymous with Levi's denim. By 1922, LS&CO exclusively obtained all of its high quality denim from White Oak. Nearly 100 years later, Levi's is still unearthing archival detail about fabrics which are developed through their history with Cone. This Jean is a celebration, replicating the combination of Cone fabric and fit from 1915. It carries the secrets of a of a 100 year history within its warp and weft.
|C-Side Length (cm)||114||115||116||117||118||119|
|E-Leg Opening (cm)||43||44||45||46||47||48|