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We’ve selected historical pieces from our global archives and
painstakingly replicated the first-edition Lee
garments ever made for women. This limited, re-release is an homage to
Lee’s 130-year history and the industrious spirit of women who claimed men’s
workwear for their own.
First Issue: FEBRUARY
The original boyfriend jeans. Even before Lee Riders were
specifically for women, the Lee woman sometimes wore the men’s cowboy pants.
wore them, too. The contesting cowgirl. The farmers’ daughter. The WWII land
The Ladies Lee Rider Jean was identical to men’s. The difference? A
in the yoke to creat a more fitted waist for the female physique. Just as tough.
In the early 1950s, Lee Frontier Lady pants capitalized on the
increasing popularity of Western attire not only through its name, but also through
details: arrow-shaped “Fancy Dart” belt
loops, pearl snaps found on cowboy shirts, and a horse-led stagecoach design on its
interior woven label.
While these details reflected our origins in work & western wear,
it also signaled that Lee was truly embracing the women’s market through relevant
fashion moves. That same year, actress Joyce Holden wore the Frontier Lady in the
rodeo film “Bronco Buster.” In Technicolor, no
The Lee Rider Jacket: a slim, form-fitting denim cowboy jacket with
slanted chest pockets (for easy access on horseback), a short-cut yet wide waistband
for a better fit—a fit that the ladies liked, too.
It was common for women to purchase men’s small or even youth-sized Rider
jackets for themselves. The proof? Search for a certain iconic blonde bombshell
wearing a Lee Rider jacket on the set of her 1961 movie, “The Misfits.” Epic hotness.
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