Wearable Art


Recently, Damien Hirst made headlines for going straight to consumers and selling his art without the help of galleries. Now, the groundbreaking artist’s latest collaboration with Levi’s just hit stores, Fred Segal, American Rag and Barney’s, globally. The exclusive, custom range of jeans and tops, is focused around three key themes of Hirst’s work: the skull, spots and tropical butterflies. As both Levi’s and Hirst are seen as symbols of rebellion and creative icons, these designs promise to become denim collector’s items.

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