Levi’s Vintage Clothing is getting into the swing of October’s festivities with the release of a 1961 Type III 577 trucker jacket and a pair of 1984 501 jeans that are covered in spooky, Halloween-appropriate details. The items are part of LVC’s Louisville punk-inspired Fall/Winter 2020 collection but can be worn divorced of context especially given the goods’ seasonal nature.
The trucker jacket, which has been coined “The Colony,” has been covered in appliqué felt bats in black all over its washed denim blue base. It maintains the vintage 1961 trucker jacket shape, sporting its large flap pockets, V-detailing on the front, and sharp collar alongside bronze-toned buttons and adjustable cuffs and hem. Rounding out the jacket is the bleached full moon on the rear.
For Levi’s Vintage Clothing 1984 501 jeans, which are aptly named “Tangled Web,” premium pre-washed denim has been distressed and covered in spiders and their webs. The traditional five-pocket pair is distressed in areas such as the thigh, knee, and cuff, the latter of which turn up to reveal frayed edges. Even Levi’s’ brown leather tab has been worn-out, making its branding nearly indistinguishable.
Levi’s Vintage Clothing “The Colony” jacket retails for $346 USD, while the “Tangled Web” 501s retail for $292.50 USD. Both can be purchased via a raffle on Goodhood’s website, which closes on October 2 at midnight BST (7 p.m. EST).
In other news, S.R. STUDIO. LA. CA. has released a mineral denim washed “VEIL FLAG” that can be worn or displayed as art.