South of Torstrasse, Berlin lies the menswear concept store SOTO. In April 2010, the boutique was founded on the principle of providing thoughtful clothing choices that seamlessly integrate into the always-evolving life of the modern man. SOTO's edited collection offers a spectrum of emerging and established brands from American, European and Asian designers. This time around, the SOTO crew turn their focus on Americana with an in-house styled editorial for the new Levi’s Vintage Clothing collection.

First up is Jeppe, who is styled in Levi’s camel-tone Homerun Suedette. He’s paired the trend-right jacket with the cozy 1950s Crew Sweatshirt and a beloved pair of 606 jeans.

Next is Jonas, who has chosen to go the smooth leather route with the black Menlo jacket. Featuring a standing collar and a retro design, the jacket pairs handsomely with his authentic 1966-style 501 Jeans.

Lastly, the editorial turns to Carla who has chosen to accessorize her core look with two different jacket and top selections. Like Jeppe’s Homerun Suedette, Carla picks up on seasonal trend with her choice of a camel-tone Suede Bomber with 1960s details. She pairs the jacket with an ever en vogue black crewneck t-shirt and Levi's 505 Milerick Jeans. Carla switches things up by introducing an off-white Cable Crew in lieu of her original black tee, before finally trading out her suede bomber for a 1930s smooth leather jacket -- in all black, of course.

View the entire Levi's Vintage Clothing collection as style by SOTO Berlin in our gallery.

Photogaphy: Björn Jonas

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