Levis & Loopwheeler Unveil A One-Of-A-Kind Denim Collection

Aug 30, 2019

Category: Style

Loopwheeler is always on the cutting edge of material and technical innovation, making them a trusted proprietor for modernized clothing. To celebrate the 20th anniversary of the company’s production series, the bespoke Japanese cotton mill has teamed up with the leader in denim peripherals, Levis, for a collection of ultra-rare garments.

The collection encompasses a handful of essential style pieces, including a t-shirt, zip-up hoodie, sweatshirt, denim jacket, and jeans. What makes this series interesting, however, is the nature of its construction. Each tailor-made example is sourced from Loopwheeler’s Japanese mill, and assembled from thick French terry that’s exclusive to their company. Throughout the entire world, a single machine has been allocated to create the bespoke fabric, making the company’s one-of-a-kind construction methods all the more special. Throughout the collection, you’ll find a series of tasteful implementations, including specialized patterns, textures, fabrics, and branding. The companies’ 20th-Anniversary Collection is available for pre-order on Levi’s website and starts at $245.

Purchase: $245+

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