A Visit To Levi’s World Headquarters

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The Levi’s Plaza.

Recently, we were in San Francisco, California, birthplace of the iconic Levi’s brand, where we had the honour of visiting a number of their work, retail and brand associated places. First up on the tour was a visit to Levi’s Plaza where their world headquarters is located.

Situated on Battery Street, the Plaza is open to the public and has a Levi’s retail store as well as Levi’s Made & Crafted store in the lobby area.

Fans of Levi’s and denim nerds will want to make a pilgrimage to The Vault, which documents the rich history of the Levi’s brand starting from it’s roots right up until today. The comprehensive timeline contains numerous highlights, key facts and historic artefacts that show how the brand evolved over the years.

Check out the pictorial recap of our time at the Levi’s Plaza and stay tuned for more from the trip.

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The Levi’s Plaza from the inside.

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The Made & Crafted corner.

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The Levi’s retail store.

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The Vault – open to the public.

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An installation that highlights Levi’s efforts to conserve water in their denim production.

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Getting a history lesson on how denim evolved over the years.

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Going through Levi’s timeline from their beginnings up until now.

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Some pieces that showcase before and after “conservation” work.

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Details on a vintage denim jacket.

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An original invoice.

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An advertising campaign from the 60s that showcases Levi’s push towards the female fashion market.

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Some key pieces on display outside the Vault room.

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A vintage shuttle loom.

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