Justin Timberlake Designs New Trucker Jacket

10-10-2017
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Justin Timberlake

(Radio.com) To celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Levi's trucker jacket, the brand asked pop superstar Justin Timberlake to help give the staple a redesign. He shared a couple of photos of the new piece via Instagram.

Timberlake posted, 'For the 50th bday of the trucker jacket, @Levis asked me to redesign one. I did and ever since, it's been my favorite drinking buddy. #Denim #Flannel #LiveInLevis."

The jacket features a Hank Williams patch that says, "Why don't you mind your own business." Timberlake has some experience as a clothing designer, having launched the William Rast brand with Trace Ayala in 2005. Check out the Timberlake-redesigned Levis trucker jacket here.

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