Levi’s Vintage Clothing Is All About 1940s West Coast Surf Culture This Spring

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After taking cues from 1967 San Francisco last year, Levi’s Vintage Clothing now reveals its SS18 line inspired by West Coast surf culture of the 1940s.

By essentially capturing the spirit of a California surf scene of the 1940s, the collection recreates iconic Levi’s styles with tops in graphic rayon and linen and bottoms in sun-bleached denim and twill. Encompassing tees, patterned shirts, outerwear and more, key offerings includes a Hawaiian Shirt detailed with a cosmic print of starbursts and planets, along with a retro-inspired spread collar, while the others consist of 1920s Balloon jeans, along with an ultra-wide reproduction of original Levi’s jeans dating back to the early 20th century.

With the majority of the line boasting a spring/summer-appropriate palette of vibrant hues, the entire SS18 collection is now available for purchase at Levi’s online store and retailers worldwide.


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