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Fright Fest: Levi’s Drops Collection with Universal Monsters

Spooky season in full effect. 

Levi’s released Monday a new collaboration with Universal Monsters, the collection of original horror films from Universal Pictures that that inspired an entire cinematic genre. 

Based on “Frankenstein” (1931), “The Bride of Frankenstein” (1935) and “The Mummy” (1932), the men’s, women’s and genderless collection brings some of the greatest silver screen monsters to the closets of denim heads and horror film fans, alike.  

“Almost a century after their release, these three cinematic masterpieces are still a chilling adventure for any Halloween movie night. And, as it turns out, a perfect graphic approach for the ultimate dedication to Hollywood’s golden era of horror, made modern,” Levi’s stated. 

The collection features a lineup of jeans, jackets, tops and accessories that combines classic Levi’s silhouettes with archival graphics and text from the original movie posters. 

A white chore coat is covered in images from all three films. Monster graphics decorate Levi’s white Stay Loose Carpenter pant. The back of a black rinse Trucker jacket boasts a large graphic of Frankenstein, while black rinse 501 jeans have a giant graphic of The Bride of Frankenstein.

Hoodies, T-shirts, a beanie, bucket hat, tote and sling bag round out the collection. Each piece mixes a color scheme of black and white, along with some pops of neon yellow and green. Surprise details like glow-in-the-dark prints and sundries come alive at night. 

Co-branded elements include a special-edition black and white Levi’s tabs, back patch and woven neck labels, which all also glow-in-the-dark. 

The Universal Monsters x Levi’s collection retails for $55 for T-shirts to $168 for the chore jacket. Its available globally at select Levi’s stores, on and the Levi’s app.