Levi's Vintage Clothing Partner With International Artists To Customize Black Leather Jackets For The Brand's Upcoming Biker Exhibition in San Francisco

Levi's Vintage Clothing Partner With International Artists To Customize Black Leather Jackets For The Brand's Upcoming Biker Exhibition in San Francisco

On Thursday, November 15th, Levi's Vintage Clothing (LVC) will launch "The Biker Exhibition" at their flagship store in San Francisco. The upcoming collection pays tribute to the rebellious nature and renegade style of the American biker. LVC honors their spirited and controversial legacy by inviting 12 international artist and illustrators to customize black leather motorcycle jackets using oil paint. The brand will also trace the cultural impact of Danny Lyon's 1968 photo-documentary, The Bikeraiders, presented through a collection of publications, photographs, and outtakes from Lyon's personal archive. If you can't make it to the LVC flagship on November 25, you'll have another chance to catch the collection later in the month in New York, and Tokyo in December. 

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