Levi’s CEO ‘freezes’ his jeans

Levi’s CEO ‘freezes’ his jeans

SAVES TIME ON LAUNDRY: Don't worry about washing your jeans, the CEO of Levi Strauss says. Photo: YouTube

A video of Levi’s CEO Chip Bergh speaking at Fortune magazine’s Brainstorm Green conference is making headlines after it featured his comments on the company’s efforts to be more environmentally friendly, as well his advice to not wash your jeans. Levi’s has previously suggested people place their jeans in the freezer overnight to get rid of any bacteria, and said throwing them for a quick spin in the dryer will help them retain their shape, without fading.

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