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Contemporary art’s bad-boy Damien Hirst has lined up with Levi’s once again for this upcoming 2008 fall season. The collection combines three distinct elements from Hirst’s love of skulls, spots and tropical butterflies as he aims to create a capsule he likes to call “art you can wear”. While tees and denim are pictured here, other marquee pieces include a leather jacket. For Damien Hirst, the Levi’s collaboration carries another agenda of creating a more consumable form of his artwork with significantly smaller price tags then some of his original works. The pieces look to hit stores such as Union, Fred Segal and Barney’s in mid-September.
Source: Cool Hunting