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Alternative Taps Levi's For An All-American Men's Capsule

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Levi's is known for transforming '49er dungarees into modern-day jeanswear, Alternative is known for its eco-friendly, Cali-cool basics with a Tokyo twist. Together, the brands are joining forces for a men's capsule collection, slated to land in Alternative's Abbot Kinney boutique and online next Monday, November 10th.

Priced from $68 $250, the Levi's-designed range features styles by American heritage label Pendleton and Japanese label Beams and includes jackets, tees, button-downs, and denim. We sat down with Alternative's Brooklyn-leaning creative director Orondava Mumford and Levi's global design director Nic Rendic to find out about the collab's Golden State influence; read more see all the looks below.

· Alternative [Official Site]
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· Alternative Apparel's Orondava Mumford On His Brooklyn Lean [Racked]