An interesting new collaboration aims to make the hot season a lot more interesting. Check out the latest Levi's line done in collaboration with Liberty London.
Levi's and Liberty London have joined forces for the
first time! Though Levi's is usually seen a great source of
flattering styles which are destined to become and stay favorites
throughout time, it seems like the retailer is exploring new style
direction not only from a manufacture point of view, with the new
jeans made with recycled plastic bottles and food trays but also
from a stylistic perspective. Liberty London proves an
inexhaustible source of fab prints once again bringing a variety of
spectacular options which never fail to attract attention.
Ed Burstell, Managing Director at Liberty expressed his enthusiasm for the new Levi's x Liberty London capsule collection and stated: "Working with the world leader in denim has opened up our print house to a new global customer. We are honoured to be the first brand Levi’s® has partnered with on their women’s line and can’t wait to have the collection swinging in our store." For the new line, the British label consulted its archives and brought two iconic prints: Carlin, a print that dates back to the 70s and Kerr Bandana, which is inspired by a painting which dates back to the 1940s.
The Liberty London x Levi's capsule collection brings a variety
of interesting takes on some of the most iconic Levi's pieces.
Expect to find fab versions of the 501® jean short, Trucker jacket,
boyfriend skinny jeans, a bustier and several other interesting
pieces which are sure to help you break out of any style rut. Best
of all, you can already browse the new line.
A multitude of exciting possibilities await!It's worth noting that while the Levi's x Liberty London capsule collection has already been launched, not all the pieces have been revealed yet and more exciting styles are said to come. Nonetheless, if any of the already launched pieces peaked your interest, you can already purchase online at liberty.co.uk or in stores.
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