The Vintage Photo Booth Adorned Levi’s 501’s 150th Anniversary
Classic Photo Booth LLC provided a vintage Model 11 photo booth for an event organized by Levi’s Haus of Strauss at the Showroom on Selma Ave in Los Angeles. This event on April 3 marked the beginning of the festival season, and its celebrity guests had the opportunity to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the legendary Levi’s 501 jeans in a fun way. It is worth noting that the people of the world have recognized this jeans model as an icon of style. And, I must say, it is natural. People who wear 501 jeans enjoy their versatility and comfort. The material of the jeans is high-quality cotton, which makes them durable and resistant to wear.
Naturally, such an important event in the country’s cultural life brought together many celebrities. The event was attended by singer Anderson Paak, blogger Jessica Tanwar, rapper NLE Choppa, video creator Luann Diez, as well as artists Gabe James and Drew Jessup, actress Xochitl Gomez, rock band The Linda Lindas, Quigley Goode, actress Hayley Law, musician Chrome Bull, social media star Connor Wood (fibula), actor Grace Beedie, Morgan and many others.
The party was a great success. The celebrity guests enjoyed mingling, purchasing iconic Levi’s jeans for this season, dancing, and taking photos in the vintage photo booth at Levi’s event.
Levi’s and Vintage Photo Booths: Symbols of the Past and Present American Culture
It’s hard to imagine the festival season without Levi’s jeans and vintage photo booths at Levi’s events. If you think about it, the stories of these iconic things are somewhat similar. The history of Levi’s brand began in 1853 in the USA when Levi Strauss, an immigrant from Germany, opened a store in San Francisco. Since then, Levi’s has become a symbol of American culture and fashion.
Vintage photo booths also have a long history. It is well known that the photo booth was invented in 1925 by Anatoly Yosefovich (Anatol Marco Josepho), an emigrant from Omsk. The invention was a huge success. In just six months after its installation on Broadway, more than 280,000 people passed through the photo booth. It should be noted that the popularity of photo booths in those years is no less than today.
So, Levi’s and vintage photo booths have a lot in common. Both of them are symbols of the past and present American culture. Owners of Levi’s jeans wear them with any outfit, wear them for any occasion. Also in a vintage photo booth, people are photographed for any reason, and in any clothes. Both allow you to express your style and preserve memories for a lifetime.
Model 11: A unique memory photo machine
Model 11 is one of the most well-known and beloved vintage photo booths. The mere thought that the same photo booth was in operation in the 60s, capturing images of our ancestors, sends shivers down many people’s spines. Model 11 is sleek, with no sharp corners, which creates a sense of coziness and warmth.
One of the main advantages of vintage photo booths, including Model 11, is their uniqueness. They do not produce digital images but use chemical processes to develop photographs. Another plus is their speed and efficiency, with high-quality photos made every 30 seconds.
Additionally, they provide a nostalgic and authentic look to the photos, making them especially appealing to vintage-style enthusiasts. Photo booths are also a great addition to any event, such as weddings, proms, or corporate gatherings.
Thus, vintage photo booths, including Model 11, offer a unique way to preserve memories and create a wonderful atmosphere at any event.
You can rent a stunning Model 11 vintage photo booth at Classic Photo Booth. Don’t hesitate to give us a call!