Doug Hansen’s “patch pants” have a home in Levi’s history now that they’re part of the company archive. They’ll be on display in San Francisco Nov. 13-29. He says that back in the day, he paired them with painted tennis shoes and a belt with a silver concho buckle.
Doug Hansen’s “patch pants” have a home in Levi’s history now that they’re part of the company archive. They’ll be on display in San Francisco Nov. 13-29. He says that back in the day, he paired them with painted tennis shoes and a belt with a silver concho buckle. Courtesy of Doug Hansen
Doug Hansen’s “patch pants” have a home in Levi’s history now that they’re part of the company archive. They’ll be on display in San Francisco Nov. 13-29. He says that back in the day, he paired them with painted tennis shoes and a belt with a silver concho buckle. Courtesy of Doug Hansen

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