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The People Series
The Archetypes: T- Michael

The Archetypes: T- Michael

I got into fashion because I wanted to make a grown choice. T-Michael. This is a man so poised and humble it’s almost shocking, but no less refreshing. We had the chance to meet this chap in Florence during Pitti Uomo and ran into him again in New York at Liberty Fairs. Always a larger...
The Archetypes: Ed Morel

The Archetypes: Ed Morel

From Reebok classics and Girbaud jeans to tailored trousers and seven fold Italian ties. Ed Morel of Panta Clothing sits with us and discuss how good taste and a desire to create something that can be passed along inspired him to create a brand with a lasting affect. [one_half padding=”5px 20px 0 20px”] I wish...
The Archetypes: Venanzio Ciampa

The Archetypes: Venanzio Ciampa

Spend 20 years in the media world with the tenacity of a boxer and I’m pretty sure you would have done some historical things in your life as well. From Boxing in Italy to rebuilding one of today’s most prominent watch brands, we sit and talk to Founder of Promo Factory Venanzio Ciampa. [one_half padding=”5px...
People: Johnny Diamandis of J. Panther Luggage Co.

People: Johnny Diamandis of J. Panther Luggage Co.

I headed over to the J. Panther Luggage space, located in Greenpoint, Brooklyn in an old rope factory, to interview English gentleman, Johnny Diamandis. His hospitality was impeccable as he offered me a glass of water, helped me put on my duffle coat when it was time to depart, and sent me off with a...
People: Egomeli Hormeku

People: Egomeli Hormeku

Brooklyn native Egomeli Hormeku is keeping the American Dream alive. We live in a world where making a living off your passion is seen as a bit foolish or impossible and that the safe route is the only route. After recieving his degree in Political and Physiological Sciences, Mr. Hormeku found himself in the world of clothing, spirits,...
Gordon Parks

Gordon Parks

Gordon Roger Alexander Buchanan Parks, was a photographer, musician, journalist, activist, poet, and novelist. He is best remembered for his photo essays for LIFE magazine and as the director of the 1971 film Shaft. He began his photo career at  25 years old with no formal training. The photo clerks who developed Parks’ first roll of film...