The latest Levi's Fall/Winter 2019 collection dives deep into its 140-year-old archive to not only honor its roots but also celebrate the lively folk music scene in New York's Greenwich Village during the 60s. The inspiration is highlighted with 20,000 pieces that draw attention all the way back to 1873, which really puts a spotlight on the brand's rich history.
The capsule ensures that it has gone through the extensive archival designs to recreate the clothing to truly meet its original form. The seasonal pieces bring back five main pieces that are dated from 1919 to the 60s, with the earliest one marked by the 1919 Cord, which is a pair of corduroy pants in a relaxed silhouette along with suspender buttons and new colorways. The original color was delivered in brown and the elevated option is a saturated orange option. There are also suede sherpa coats, rider pants, seal jackets, and a five-pocket pant.
Archival Vintage Folkwear Designs
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Trackpant Denim Hybrids
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