For reasons still not entirely obvious to us, Levi's asked douchebag artist Damien Hirst to design a line for the company. Supposedly it had something to do with Andy Warhol. (We're not sure what, other than that we hope that Hirst's prolonged 15 minutes of fame is nearing an end.) His show, attended by both Mary-Kate Olsen and Vincent Gallo, showcased wares that look like they could've been found in the rummage bin of your local Hot Topic. Only, y'know, covered in skulls. (Imagine!) We counted 10 looks emblazoned with human heads. But please, do tell us if you manage to find more.

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Good grief this is IRRELEVANT!

Will skulls pleeeeease go away now?? They are not "edgy". Do not succumb to the skulls, people.

@BiscuitDoughJones: I spent half the weekend hanging with a ginger male model, strangely. So if my personal life is any indication of popular trends - and it either is, or I'm way too stoned most of the time - or both - then yes, gingers are in. Until next weekend when all the hottest designers want balding Canadians.