Eliana Tomaz

Levi’s Rocks Since 1873.

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My first pair of jeans was Levi’s. Loved them so badly I would wash them over the weekend to make sure I would have them back on Monday morning to go to school. At the time I was in high school and you know how important it is to have the right pair of jeans.

The following favorite pair of jeans was second hand and skinny cut. They were beautiful, super stylish, though 501 was the trend. I had them completely ripped up (and again trendy) … and so on and on. I had so many. And I still have. After all these years, and of course other jeans I’ve bought, there’s nothing like my Levi’s jeans, they are made for me. Oh, and of course, I’ve a bag and a backpack, belts, t-shirts, a gorgeous dress, etc, etc, etc. When I wear Levi’s I feel a rock ‘n roll chick. Love it.

But what I want to share here is not my Levi’s experience but the pop up gallery they have in Regent Street, London. I call it pop up gallery but I’m not sure if it’s a permanent space where they’re going to feature regularly art and design. Better is to keep an eye on it for further developments.

If you didn’t have the opportunity to pop in, click here to have a grasp. It’s entitled “Meet the craftworkers” – an exhibition of London’s craft workers telling their own story in the creative and artistic world. Get inspired. Be brave to follow your dreams.

This Craftworker is my favorite: “Re-inventing herself from an investment banker to a musician, Anne takes her inspiration from the energy and creativity that surrounds her”.

“Craft is individual and instinctive, something that is learned, lived, and mastered.
Levi’s® introduces 18 of London’s Craftworkers, each with their own unique story.”