Teaming up to deliver their first collaborative capsule, British retailer END. and American denim stalwarts – the Levi’s® brand – share the “Painted” collection.

Paying homage to the rich history, legacy and impact of Levi’s® iconic products, first created by the brand in 1873, the “Painted” capsule celebrates daily wear and the unique patina of work-worn garments, imbued with a modern twist.

Creating a range of pieces that reflect this important history and Levi’s® iconic status, the two brands have joined forces to share a selection of Trucker jackets, 505™ jeans, printed tees and a hooded sweatshirt that exemplify this ideological approach. Featuring hand painted splatters, iconic Big E branding and screen-printed logos, this seven-piece offering transforms classic silhouettes from Levi’s® archives, embellished with an infusion of END.’s trademark branding.

To coincide with the launch of the collection, END. and Levi’s® embarked on a collaborative filmmaking project, celebrating the resilience of youth culture and the common threads which weave creative spirits together. Featuring The Blup 50 member Megan Jepson, a filmmaker and photographer from Newcastle, watch the short docufilm here.