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Bonobos Bottle Rocket Jeans

Celebrating Earth Day? Aside from partying naked, you'll be hard pressed to arrive to the gala in more eco-friendly apparel than Bonobos Bottle Rocket Jeans ($135). Available in both natural canvas and indigo varieties, these straight-leg pants were made specifically for the occasion from White Oak Cone Denim that's crafted using yarn made from recycled beer bottles, cotton, and polyester. And just in case you're wondering, they even sport a patch telling you how many bottles went into your pair — so plan on matching that with actual bottles throughout the night.

  • Levi's 511 Commuter Jeans

    We suppose it was only a matter of time before the biggest name in jeans realized that bike riders needed something more than just plain denim. Levi's 511 Commuter Jeans ($80) are designed especially for the urban commuter. Based on the company's 511 Skinny jean, the Commuter comes in four versions — full length or cropped, in denim or non-denim — and offers cyclist-friendly features like NanoSphere treatment for water- and dirt-resistance, Sanitized tech for protection against odor, 3M Scotchlite reflective fabric for safety after dark, just the right amount of stretch for unencumbered movement, a raised back yoke to keep your lower back from showing, a reinforced crotch, double back layer pockets, and a U-lock storage system. Ride on, eco-friends.

  • Levi's 501 Raw Selvedge Jeans

    The legendary comfort and utility of Levi's meets high-end selvedge denim in Levi's 501 Raw Selvedge Jeans ($180). Part of a collaboration between Levi's and Billy Reid that includes shirts, bags, and bottoms, the 501 Raw Selvedge are high-rise jeans patterned after mid-century 501s, featuring pocketing made from duck cloth from the Levi's archives, a button fly, and a 34-inch inseam — just right for rolling up those seams.