Damien Hirst for Levi's; Topshop Hysteria Continues; How The Europeans Do It; Diesel Bling

6.18.2008

By Seth Plattner

A pair of jeans from Damien Hirst's Spring 2008 collaboration with Levi's. Photo: Getty Images

After the success of his first collaboration with Levi's back in September 2007, Damien Hirst is set to launch the Levi's® X Damien Hirst line this fall.  His previous collection's ad campaign featured lots of hot boys without shirts on, so, despite the fact we were left wondering what the clothes looked like, we were convinced to buy it anyway. [The Cut]

Hoping to build even more hype for the U.S. Topman debut this fall, the retailer will also carry the brand's new Black Trouser Project.   It's a collaboration between Topman and five designers: Patrik Ervell and Tim Hamilton, Britain's Aitor Throup and Ann-Sofie Back, and Canada's Todd Lynn. Each gives their own take on the simple black pant, which will retail at $120 per pair.  Style.com has your first look. [Material Interest]

Four top European editors from glossy men's mags give their 10 fashion essentials...and we will shamelessly steal them for our own fabulosity. [Style.com]

Though we're still heartbroken the Hedi Slimane will not be collaborating with Diesel any time soon, we can get some brief consolation knowing that the Italians are teaming up as Diesel and Ugo Cacciatore are set to launch a jewelry line come fall.  [WWD]

-- SETH PLATTNER

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