Levi Strauss & Co. has more than a century of history, and it’s Tracey Panek’s job to piece together the threads of the brand’s past.
Since 2014, Tracey has been the historian for Levi’s, which includes managing the archives and acquiring pieces for the collection that is housed at the company’s San Francisco headquarters. In the third episode of the Blue Cast podcast by TENCEL™, Tracey chatted with Lenzing’s Michael Kininmonth about some of her favorite finds, the most surprising items in the Levi’s archive and how some of the brand’s iconic design touches came to be.
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