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Jamie Chung's cute customised jacket

Published 18/04/2016

Jamie Chung
Jamie Chung

Jamie Chung will cherish her one-of-a-kind Levi's jacket.

Actress Jamie Chung's new customised Levi's jacket reflects an inside joke with husband.

The Once Upon a Time star got down with denim at the brand's Coachella party over the weekend (15-17Apr16), joining fellow A-listers like Freida Pinto and Suki Waterhouse in celebrating style. When it came to getting personalised details on their clothes, Jamie paid homage to her hubby Bryan Greenberg, who she married last year (15).

“I got Chungberg on my jacket,” she grinned to instyle.com of the stitching. “It’s a combination of my last name and my husband's last name, Greenberg. For our wedding, we combined the two and came up with Chungberg. Inside joke! I love the customisation. It’s cool, you'll never get them mixed up.”

Model-turned-actress Suki, who hosted the occasion, chose to have a new pair of shorts made one-of-a-kind by Levi's creative team. She rocked up in a sequinned black, red and green diagonal striped top worn over the bottoms, with black sneakers completing her festival look.

“Like the (bikers) Hells Angels used to run their jackets over with a car, I'm hoping that they're really distressing and doing something like that right now to my shorts,” Suki smiled. “I'm also getting my name stitched on a jacket with a little heart next to it.”

Levi's wasn't the only big label to host a bash as part of the annual music festival; designer Jeremy Scott invited famous friends like Katy Perry and Janelle Monae to have fun at his do. Rising Disney star Peyton List knew she had to attend, as she's a big fan of the Moschino star's quirky personality.

"Jeremy Scott is a designer who has fun with fashion, so I knew his post-festival party would be just that," Peyton gushed.

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