Levi’s Vintage Clothing has unveiled the lookbook for its Fall/Winter 2013 collection, featuring looks that hark back to early ’60s Detroit and the dawn of of Motown. Outerwear is highlighted by a fringed suede jacket and weathered leather coat with fur-trimmed collar, layered over checkerboard shirts and wool polos. Jeans come in thoroughly distressed washes, while khakis and retro plum cords are cut in the trim-fitting silhouettes of that era. The soulful Motown looks eventually give way to a distinct Flower Power sensibility, centered around the return of the Levi’s Orange Tab. The denim from the range is stone-washed and flared, worn with ringer tees and washed crewnecks to evoke a simpler time, when basements were faux wood paneled and music was played on eight-tracks. Finally, the 21brand’s core repro segment features aged leather outerwear and the expected selection of Cone Mills-produced 501s.