Levi’s and The Andy Warhol Foundation have collaborated to produce the Warhol Factory X Levi’s Collection. Apparently this range of men’s and women’s clothing takes its inspiration from Warhol’s “idea of life and death and the complex ideas of religion and the afterlife”. More specifially the clothing uses elements of Andy Warhol’s Time Capsule artworks printed on the jeans, jackets and t-shirts all of which have a 1960s beatnik feel to them. (Source: HypeBeast)

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  1. In most other cultures only major political changes, such as the Muslim conquest of India, produced radical changes in clothing, and in China, Japan, and the Ottoman Empire fashion changed only slightly over periods of several centuries

  2. In most other cultures only major political changes, such as the Muslim conquest of India, produced radical changes in clothing, and in China, Japan, and the Ottoman Empire fashion changed only slightly over periods of several centuries

  3. In most other cultures only major political changes, such as the Muslim conquest of India, produced radical changes in clothing, and in China, Japan, and the Ottoman Empire fashion changed only slightly over periods of several centuries

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