Levis Monsters

Meet the world’s very first “stream and chill” crowd: Frankenstein (1931), The Bride of Frankenstein (1935), and The Mummy (1932). The original horror show that is Universal Monsters was the ultimate backdrop to date nights back in the day (if these titles are new to you, let us just say, “You’re welcome!”). Inspired by this silver-screen trifecta, we combined classic Levi’s® shapes with archival graphics and text pulled directly from the original movie posters, creating a collection as memorable as the films that inspired it.

Levis Monsters

Almost a century after there renowned releases, these cinematic masterpieces are just as chilling as ever.

And with spooky season right around the corner, it was only (super)natural that the inventors of horror and the inventors of jeans come together to bring you the ultimate dedication to Hollywood's golden era monsters, made modern.

Horror Show Meets Fashion Show

Clean lines. Sharp graphics. Punk-infused megaprints. And surprise details like glow-in-the-dark moments that come alive at night…! Our Universal Monsters x Levi’s® collection mashes up film-noir sophistication with laid-back streetwear silhouettes for a look that oozes low-key drama. Layer it on itself for subtle-yet-unignorable impact or pick your favorite piece to build the rest of your outfit around. There’s endless potential to mix and match.

Levis Monsters

Nothing’s Just Black & White

When we think about black-and-white movies, it’s easy to forget about the range of color that exists between the two opposites and makes it feel so magical. Infinite shades of gray and cream are highlighted with streaks of silver, creating a spectrum as emotive as a rainbow. Add pops of neon and glow in the dark, and voila, you’ve got yourself a Universal Monsters x Levi’s® collection color wheel. It’s super moody and we’re not mad at it.

Want more? Lurk and shop the full Universal Monsters x Levi’s® collection here. Then plan a movie night for you and all your friends to binge the rest in the series of Universal Studios Monsters Classics Collection: Dracula (1931), The Invisible Man (1933) and The Creature from the Black Lagoon (1954). Happy haunting.

Featuring Universal Monsters x Levi's®: Trucker Jacket, '90s 501® Jeans and Long Sleeve Shirt.