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Behold All the Americana in Levi's New Paris Mega Shop

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Here's a lesson in diplomacy, courtesy of Levi's. Last week, Paris got a little taste of Americana Levi’s store opening on the Champs-Élysées. But the brand isn't just busting up their new chi-chi address, cowboy style: they're celebrating "the relationship between the USA and France" with a series of collaborations between French cultural leaders and their American counterparts. For the next two months, French DJ Busy P), James Murphy of LCD Soundsystem, as well as street artists Mr. André, and Shepard Fairey will produce collaborations, installations, and limited edition goodies to commemorate the new Parisian digs. Take a peek at the store in the gallery above.
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