First constructed out of heavy duty riveted denim in 1967, Levi‘s signature trucker jacket has seen more than its fair share of remakes and collabs outfitting it in materials from corduroy to canvas, lining it with wool or Sherpa, or giving it a pre-worn body. Always tough and adaptable, different collaborations have injected their varying style into the Trucker Jacket, but James Murphy of label DFA and Parisian tattoo shop Blue Noir’s take leaves the iconic jacket with an unique look. The strong symbols of Levi’s hertiage remain in place in the look of the jacket and are combined with a custom white patch designed by the two producers embroidered with ”Too old to be new, Too new to be classic – DFA” printed on the T-shirt cotton. A style for both women and men are in stock along side their Black edition now at the new Champs Elysees flagship and colette, both in-store and online.
Levi’s Champs Elysées
76 Avenue des Champs-Ã‰lysées | Map
75008 Paris, France