Levi’s, the all-American go-to brand for anything even remotely denim related, has teamed up with Japanese fashion guru Junya Watanabe for a Spring/Summer 2015 collection. Together, they are reinventing the traditional jean jacket. Part of Watanabe’s “Man” line, the jacket above is called “Patchwork” for obvious reasons. The patchwork pattern itself is based on boro, which is a traditional patchwork style that goes back in Japanese peasantry longer than denim does for America’s. The denim itself is 87% Cotton, 8% Wool, 5% Linen, with patches ranging in materials. Put your patch on now for a pretty penny of $2,088



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