Levi’s Vintage Clothing is consistently impressive in its ability to reproduce gear that is nostalgic in its high quality, and for this latest lookbook LVC presents its 2013 spring/summer collection in faithfully Western style. In what sounds like a memorable real-life event, a man-made ‘Treasure Island’ was built in the middle of San Francisco in 1939 for the San Francisco World’s Fair, and for the occasion Levi’s set up a mechanical rodeo featuring wooden puppets modeled on rodeo stars from the time, dressed in miniature Levi’s outfits. The “Treasure Island” lookbook brings us back to the date, with a variety of archival pieces that are complimented nicely by vintage photography. Offering up another concise vision of heritage garb, take a better look at the collection on the Levi’s site.
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