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The Levi's SF flagship store has moved a few blocks from its previous location at Post and Powell to Market and 4th, essentially trading places with Apple, the new tenant at 300 Post. Shuttering its Union Square doors this past Sunday, Levi's will officially open its new ones at 815 Market Street tomorrow at 9am.
Expect to find more than just the standard Levi's inventory at this 7,000-square-foot retail location. In addition to carrying the popular Levi's Made & Crafted and Levi's Vintage Clothing lines, look for the brand's "Makers" program merchandise made by local artisans. The flagship will be only one of two in the U.S. (the other in NYC) to offer the made-to-order, custom Lot No. 1 jeans. $700 denim too steep? Then take advantage of the in-house tailors who are able to customize and alter any and all denim.
Head over tomorrow to see the store in all its brand-spanking-new glory. Admire the snazzy lighting systems and the reclaimed wood installments (from SF piers and California barns, no less). Mosey over to the dressing rooms and try on this gorgeous denim moto jacket with this versatile dip dye weekend dress. We're pretty sure you'll leave with something that makes you proud that this company calls SF home.
·Levi's [Official Site]
·Levi's to open new SF store on Aug. 1 [Contra Costa Times]