Available now exclusively on Levi’s website and app, the women’s collection includes five new denim pieces, each of which were based on original sketches by Osaka and feature contrasting denim washes and creative plays on proportion.
While Osaka’s first collection with Levi’s last August centered on upcycled fabrics, each piece in the new collection is made with 100 percent organically grown cotton.
“It’s a unique and stylish lineup that can serve as the perfect centerpiece for any outfit,” Levi’s stated.
Items include a cascading mermaid skirt featuring contrasting denim and a ruffled, high-low hemline that makes for a short skirt on one side and a maxi skirt on the other. A denim halter top in a light wash and an oversized artist coat—a mid-length wide-sleeve drop-shoulder coat with patch pockets—offer a variety of proportions.
Rounding out the collection is a cropped bomber jacket and the ’93 Naomi jean based on a men’s 501 jean with a slouchy fit. The collection retails for $180-$350.
Osaka’s “flower bear” logo, a symbol of being “ferocious like a bear, gentle like a flower,” is featured throughout the collection. The logo appears as a laser print on the bomber jacket, and as a patch design on jeans.
“I was trying to bring some light-heartedness with this collection as a reminder for us all to enjoy the life we’re living and not take things too seriously. Best of all, these pieces all make me feel super confident and comfortable because they’re all so flattering and fun to wear,” Osaka said.