Denim Tears has officially taken to social media to announce the next drop of its cotton wreath denim jacket set to arrive later this month. The Tremaine Emory-founded brand has announced that the release has been a long time coming and was delayed for over two years due to COVID-19.
The brand shared to Instagram the Denim Tears x Levi’s jacket which features cotton wreath designs printed on the denim trucker jacket silhouettes slated to arrive in various washes. The image of the jack includes a follow-up caption that states that “logistics” issues brought on by the pandemic was a major factor in the delay. The release marks the first time since February 2020 that Denim Tears has released a cotton wreath denim jacket. The jacket has been a staple fashion item in popular culture, seen worn by the likes of Kanye West and Playboi Carti.
Denim Tears reimagines Levi’s type II trucker style jacket with its own spin and is set to drop on May 17 at 9 a.m. PT on Denim Tears.
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