Levi's Tour de Forth

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It was the buttons, I tell ya. They drew me across the street like a Kardashian to a paid appearance.

One morning while walking in New York City, I spotted a Levi’s bus-shelter ad featuring a deconstructed work shirt. It had six white buttons gleaming on the right, like perfect little teeth.

Though I was heading in the opposite direction, I went to take a look. Up close, I just stood and stared at the bits and pieces of the disassembled shirt — materials that could have been the same in 1988, or maybe even 1888.



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