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VIDEO: LA Transplants – What is it Like to Move to Los Angeles? (Part 1)

September 1, 2014 Comments

What’s it like to move to the entertainment capital of the world? Everyone’s road to LA is different. No one’s path is ever the same. However, there can be similarities in one’s journey that can be relatable and helpful. In this first installment of LA Transplants, we meet four young artists who have transitioned from

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Brand Spotlight: Colours

Our friend, Elias Tebache, of Feeding The Streets, has partnered up with Kyle Powers to create Colours – an emerging streetwear brand based in Los Angeles. Elias has always had great fashion taste and has implemented that into his new clothing venture. Colours takes the simplistic nature of t-shirts and basic outerwear alike to the

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Mason Wear – Hyperion Clothing Founder

February 17, 2012 Comments

Mason Wear is a twenty year old college student at Baylor University and has already built a well known company, Hyperion Clothing. Mason is a business student at Baylor and this helps him with Hyperion in order to keep track of finances, start a DBA and marketing as well. Read on to see why Mason’s

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T.G.I.F. Clothing – The Founders Interview

January 20, 2012 Comments

We first gave you all a peek into the T.G.I.F (Thank God I’m Fresh) clothing line through our Friday Feature a couple weeks back. (Check that out here). They pack a dope line with a whole lot of freshness. I caught up with the founders Jahi Roosevelt and Al Maddin to delve deeper into their

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Julian Eli Robaire – Fashion Designer

January 4, 2012 Comments

Julian Eli Robaire is a fashion designer already making waves while still in school. His approach to his work through political and social change is both interesting and intriguing. His designs were recently featured in an editorial in Papercut Magazine’s September 2011 issue, and his garment covered a French design magazine called Khube. Julian was

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