Levi's 501 jeans in black and over-dye blue are teamed with white, black and deep purple rock-inspired T-shirts emblazoned with iconic Hirst imagery - butterflies, dots and skulls. Equally striking, an image blending Hirst's black and white portrait with a skull, also appears on a white T-shirt. A tough denim and leather jacket completes the look. Referencing his famous Spin paintings, a T-shirt, a hoodie, a jacket and slim jeans for girls take on a psychedelic kaleidoscope of primary colors. Throughout the collection, the Levi's logo is set in a multi-colored dot reminiscent of stained glass - a reference to Hirst's recent work.
"I love the idea of art you can wear," said Damien Hirst with regards to his ongoing work with the Levi's brand.
"Pablo Picasso is credited with being the first major artist to wear Levi's 501 jeans as his creative uniform, but Jackson Pollock made dark, paint-splattered 501 jeans the effigy of uncompromising creativity," said Agnes Tann, strategic brand planning director for the Levi's brand, Asia Pacific Division based in Singapore.
"World renowned artists from Peter Blake and Max Ernst to Jean-Michel Basquiat and Andy Warhol all adopted the Levi's jeans as their favorite jeans. So, we are naturally thrilled and honored to have a creative genius like Damien Hirst bring his unique perspective to our iconic 501 jeans and the range of unique looks created for this collection."
The collection will be selectively distributed in stores worldwide, such as Milan's 10 Corso Como fashion boutique and a few Levi's flagships, including the recently renovated Berlin store.
image Levi's Damien Hirst X