After spending a few years going forth with W+K, universally-known jeans brand Levi’s has moved its ad duties to Draftfcb and year-old agency The House Worldwide, which will share duties on global marketing, creative and strategic support. Levi’s CMO Jen Sey says in a statement, “We are very excited about this new model. We’re getting handpicked creative talent from Draftfcb and The House networks at both the global and local market level. This model will provide us with the efficiency and consistency we need as a global brand as well as the means to drive relevance around the world by accessing top-notch local talent when we need it. In doing so, we’ll strive to reach passionate new fans in every market in which we operate.”
The 160-year-old brand previously worked with W+K since 2008 in the U.S. as well as BBH abroad. Among those participating in Levi’s new “customized” agency model are Draftfcb San Francisco, Draftfcb Los Angeles and The House Worldwide’s ChinaMadrid in Spain and CumminsRoss from Australia.