The collection has a ’94 baggy carpenter and high-loose jeans. Featuring in denim co-ord sets with a carpenter trucker jacket and a ‘70s high straight bottom or with ‘94s fit baggy carpenter jeans on the other hand, the dress brings out the bright colour pop. The collection continues to explore new textures and indigo-inspired prints in all-new butter-dip print ‘70s flare jeans that have a cool vintage approach to contemporary style.
Deepika Padukone and Levi’s have joined hands for the third time to launch relaxed, comfortable, fits in a streetwear-inspired collection, that goes beyond denim, with a new level of fashion. This collaboration is all about having fun, being relaxed, and experimenting with a wardrobe with a collection that sees down-to-earth colours meet pop tints.
While bottoms become baggier, tops get a versatility upgrade in the shape of cropped fits, oversized t-shirts, and sweatshirts with chic details including tie-dye, bell sleeves, and drawstrings that perfectly emphasise the waist. Through a versatile blend of athleisure, streetwear, and high fashion, the co-ord sets with cotton fleece and comfortable joggers make a mark. The third collection brings a rebooted utility denim oversized shirt in pretty peach, a dual-tone woven dress with a giant utility pocket, and a fern hill finish denim co-ord set.
“I’ve always enjoyed playing with the contrast between loose & easy silhouettes and fitted & structured pieces. Of the 3 seasons we’ve done so far, this one’s got to be my most favourite and I hope it inspires people to have as much fun with their wardrobe,” Padukone said.
“After two successful seasons of co-creating with Padukone, this third collection continues to bring Padukone’s unique style & fashion identity to life in a way that is true to her but is still Levi’s at heart,” Amisha Jain, managing director, South Asia, Middle East & Africa at Levi’s, said.
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