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(Examiner) — Houston’s own Carl Wesley Jr. is one of the hardest-working entrepreneurs in town. Launching his Six Figgaz clothing line in 2003, Carl shows the diligence and determination that was needed to make him into a successful entrepreneur and one of Houston’s brightest stars. With the success of his clothing line, he is now focused on directing and art. Carl has been painting portraits for a little over a year now and goes by the alias “El’Negro Picasso”.
B Baruk is an apparel line founded and run by a young, Harlem-based entrepreneur Marcus Collier. Watch and learn how he started his company and hear about philosophy behind his thought provoking designs.
(Global Financial Newswires) — This week, Mary J. Blige and collaborator Catherine Malandrino debuted their new fashion line at a swanky VIP-only runway show in NewYork City. Tickets for the event ran a hefty $1000 a piece, with all proceeds going towards Blige’s Foundation for the Advancement of Women Now (FFAWN). During the show, which took place at the Museum of Modern Art, Blige and Malandrino previewed 25 new looks, ranging from cosmopolitan evening wear to t-shirts. The line reportedly takes its inspiration from the distinct styles of music icons, including Tina Turner, Al Green, Chaka Kahn, Donna Summer and Grace Jones.
(South Floridia Times) — Nestled in the heart of downtown Miami are the offices of the emerging designers behind Complex Apparel Ltd. Brand. The quaint design space is neatly stacked and organized to showcase the company’s three apparel labels that include Dungeon Forward, Two Hundred Forty Two and Delilah Johnson House of Fashion. After giving an overview of the three lines, Complex Apparel’s chief executive officer, David Castro explains how the company began as a way for him and friend David Wallace, who is now the company’s chief operating officer, to look fashionable without breaking the bank.