CLOT Reconnects With Levi's to Celebrate Its 20th Anniversary
Highlighted by a commemorative pair of UNIONRAIL 501s.
This year, co-founders Edison Chen and Kevin Poon are celebrating the 20th anniversary of lifestyle brand CLOT. Kicking things off, they’ve teamed up with Levi’s once again for a special capsule of three denim-centric pieces. Last connecting a year ago for a “Year of the Tiger” collection, the duo is paying homage to its 2006 project that included a pair of UNIONRAIL 501 Jeans.
Kicking off the range, a Reversible Denim Puffer offers versatility with one side favoring a light indigo denim finish and the other arriving in navy nylon. Down-filled, the piece is equipped with a co-branded leather back patch, reversible buttons and a special hangtag found on its accompanying pieces as well. On the other hand, the Padded Western Shirt blends Americana and Chinese style with traditional Chinese frog closures joined by western elements such as quilted padding and yoke stitching. Last — but certainly not least — the UNIONRAIL 501s nod to the duo’s pair from 2006 with rip-and-repair details made of flannel and bandana.
CLOT’s latest project with Levi’s is scheduled to hit shelves on February 3 via select JUICE and Levi’s stores worldwide. Prices begin at $240 USD for the Padded Western Shirt, $258 USD for the UNIONRAIL 501s and up to $398 USD for the Reversible Denim Puffer.
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