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This interview is with Matt Snow and Meredith Erin who run Ex-Boyfriend and and BoredWalk Matt Snow, Chief Creative Officer: Head designer, responsible for execution of roughly 95% of the creative content across brands (Ex-Boyfriend [...]
Do it if it’s something that you love. Don’t get into it for the money; don’t try to make a quick buck. I know this sounds cliche, but it’s really not work if you’re having fun doing it. Also, start small. You can always build.
My name is Anthony Simpson and I am the owner & creative director of Random Objects... and I love quotes! Don't judge me. I grew up hearing quotes and they became deeply ingrained into me. [...]
David Murray, owner of SEIBEI ( pronounced say-bay) answers some questions about starting a clothing company. "Bring something unique to the table, try something new, and decide what's important to you and what you want out of it. Be prepared to not make money for a while. Don't blow a bunch of money on needless vanity (specialized packaging, hang tags, labels, etc) straight out the gate."
When you think of clothing companies rooted in the music community, nothing should be more obvious than GLAMOUR KILLS CLOTHING. Not only has the brand spread to thousands of show-going bodies, but it's collaborated with bands, [...]
Over the past few months I’ve been fortunate enough for the opportunity to have some lengthy discussions about the t-shirt industry and get to know one of today’s top and one of my favorite designers. Chow Hon Lam (aka Flying Mouse) is revered in the t-shirt design world and you’ve no doubt seen his awesome work all over the internet. In the past he has been awarded newcomer of the year and most printed artist on Threadless, has took up the recent challenge of creating a new design everyday and now is branching out with his own clothing line.
I was very pleased to be able to interview the seriously cool and visionary dude behind Glamour Kills, Mark Capicotto. He has done amazing things with his brand and the success he is now enjoying should ignite the spirit and desire in all fledgling tshirt designers and fashion entrepreneurs! It can be achieved! Glamour Kills have just put out their summer line and it is immense! So enjoy the interview below and have a look at just a very select cross-s3ection of the new threads available!
Website: www.keatonhenson.com Could you start off by giving us a little background on yourself? Keaton Henson: I was born and raised in london england. was always into both art and music and have been in [...]
Hey Jeff how’s it going today? Ugmonk: Busy, but good. Before we get into Ugmonk tell us about yourself and your design background. Ugmonk: I’ve grown up doing all type of traditional art and decided [...]
I'm very glad to say that the first interview for tee shirt fashion is with Kyle Crawford of Electric Zombie. I want this interview to speak for itself, but I will say that I chose [...]
David Murray is the man behind Seibei, an awesome, quirky and extremely unique brand that has gained a large fan base for good reason! David, a self-taught illustrator with a college degree in Japanese Literature, [...]
One of my personal favorite new brands out there is Paper Root. That was one of the reasons I wanted to interview them. Paper Root is a unique brand, one of my favorite things about [...]
Want to start your own business or run your own brand? Then you'll enjoy this interview with Eric Terry, the owner of well known indie tee shirt brand Linty Fresh. We were fortunate to interview [...]
I had the opportunity to ask Mark Capicotto of Glamour Kills a few questions about starting a clothing company and this is what he had to say. How much money did you start your clothing [...]
These days, Jonas Bevacqua, co-founder of the fashion lifestyle brand L-R-G (Lifted Research Group), finds himself driving vehicles with price tags you normally find on houses. So how did the kid from Orange County, [...]
This is the seventh annual Richard M. Clarke Distinguished Entrepreneurial Lecture, held on May 4, 2006, at Fairleigh Dickinson University's College at Florham. It was presented by the Rothman Institute of Entrepreneurial Studies, part of [...]