Woodstock patched skinny jean
Three days of peace, love and music. That was the purpose of the Woodstock Festival in 1969, and it’s the theme of these destructed jeans. They may be a departure from your day-to-day, but they’re sure fun to wear! Patched with printed fabric featuring peace signs and phrases like, “love to live, live to love,” they let you express your individuality — Woodstock style. They even include a woven label sewn into the back of the garment which lists several iconic phrases from Woodstock. Designed by Diane Gilman. Comes in dark, light and white denim.
The idea for the Woodstock festival came from band manager Michael Lang and Artie Kornfeld, a songwriter turned record company executive, in order to raise money to build a recording studio in Woodstock, upstate New York, a haven for artists including Bob Dylan, The Band and Van Morrison.