Levi’s has launched it’s Made-To-Order Project at its Meatpacking Store in NYC. The concept allows customers to create a pair of bespoke jeans from scratch, using the 501 style as a base and working with a number of customizable material options. Materials on offer include 6 raw selvedge fabrics and washes and 8 sundries choices, so there should be something there for everyone. Prices are a little higher than what you’d pay for your average pair of Levi’s, ($450 – $750) but the experience makes it worth it. Jeans take approximately two weeks from fitting to completion. (Photography: John Ong/Hypebeast)