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A glimpse of the items on display as part of Levi Strauss: A History of American Style

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Discover the history of a cultural icon in Levi Strauss: A History of American Style, a CJM original exhibition celebrating the life of Levi Strauss, the birth of the blue jean, and the history of San Francisco — the city where it all began. Don’t miss your chance to see one of the oldest pairs of “waist overalls” (an early name for blue jeans) dating all the way back to 1890, Albert Einstein’s iconic leather jacket worn on the cover of Time Magazine, Beyoncé’s customized Superlows bootcut jeans, and so much more. Featuring over 250 garments, photographs, and ephemera from the Levi Strauss & Co. Archives, this exhibition is the largest public display of the company’s archival materials ever assembled. Experience the story of a Jewish immigrant who realized the American dream and inspired a style revolution!

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Lizzie Locker - Events Editor

Lizzie Locker has been an artist, entertainer, and “glamour girl” since birth. Since 2017, Lizzie has been writing professionally for small businesses, as well as creatively. She has published essays in VIE Magazine, and has written website and social media content for pole dance studios, afterschool programs, and reference sites. At the same time, Lizzie has also continued to develop her performance career at queer nightlife events across the Bay Area. She can be found both onstage and off, reading her stories aloud in bars, emceeing drag and burlesque shows, and producing arts events that defy genre and expectation.

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