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Opening Ceremony continues to work with strong heritage brands, the latest one being Levi’s. The first collection of this on-going collaboration will hit stores for Spring 2010 this month.

“The capsule range will be sold at Opening Ceremony stores,, the Levi’s flagship in San Francisco and a group of exclusive wholesale accounts around the world.

The spring Levi’s + Opening Ceremony collection is focused on corduroy. It includes unisex pants and shorts in a fine-wale fabrication, a corduroy shirt and jean jackets in corduroy and denim styles. The jackets are available in men’s and women’s fits. Each corduroy style comes in eight colors: fuchsia, teal, lavender, beige, curry, olive, navy or white.

The pants will retail for $148; the shorts for $106; jackets for $178, and the shirt for $128.

The collection will launch during New York Fashion Week at Opening Ceremony stores in New York, Los Angeles and Tokyo, as well as the boutique set to bow in the Ace Hotel in New York next month. The Levi’s store in New York’s Union Square will devote its first floor to Opening Ceremony product for several weeks beginning Feb. 19.

Specialty retailers that will carry the line are Barneys New York, Fred Segal, Joan Shepp, Colette in Paris, Liberty in London, Lane Crawford in Hong Kong, Incu in Australia, Henrik Vibskov in Scandinavia and v2k in Istanbul.” Via WWD.

We will of course keep you posted on the line and can hopefully show you soon some more images!

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