Nothing says classic like a pair of Levi’s jeans. The company may have invented the blue jean but they’re reinventing what it means to wear them. In 2010, Levi’s launched the Better Cotton Initiative training farmers to use less water, pesticides, and synthetic fertilizer when growing cotton. They’ve developed a Screened Chemistry program which restricts harmful substances from their supply chain and use methods approved by the Responsible Down Standard to source their down jacket filling. Levis also developed a Water<Less line which is made with water saving and recycling techniques. The company’s respect for their makers extends beyond the factory walls. Their Worker Well-being initiative enables makers to access education, healthcare, family welfare programs, and financial empowerment.