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Ok, so I've been telling you guys that I've been working on my own personal line. You can say I was "born into" the industry. I have always focused my creative side with my passion for all things mechanical and fashion. Though it had been a while since sketching up my own designs, after about 4 yrs of running a women's brand, I finally picked up the pencils and pads. I plan on a launch sometime in 2012. No set date, no set style. I just create what I like, and hope that it translates and speaks to many out there.

My first conquest is selling my designs to big retailers. I am private labeling my brand to get used to men's production. I never want to release anything with my name on it, that I do not feel confident about. Working with these retailers gives me the opportunity to learn, while mastering my craft. After countless trips to factories overseas and local, this is what I have so far.

Comments and criticism are warmly accepted.

(Oh and please note: This is only the outerwear portion. I have many colorways for each design. My thing is ALL BLACK EVERYTHING, but I must cater to the needs of the consumer =D)
 

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Thanks everyone. The pieces aren't finalized yet. I'm working with my graphic designer to work on patches or artwork for some of the pieces. Lots of work to do!
 

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Those college jackets look awesome. So do the jackets. Definitely looking forward to this.
I resized and arranged the shots for so that it'll be a little easier to view them:









 

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Love it man.

If anything I'm the same, love all black. Not feelin' the last 2 in Kuesters post (2 and 14 in yours).

I need to have that pullover black hoody. Too sick!
 

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They all look good, you've done a solid job, pat yourself on the back.

Constructive Criticism: You need a few pieces that really stand out from the rest, that boost your direction and show where the whole line will be going from a style/design pov.

Also, on the logo making, please please PLEASE don't make it anything gaudy or add cheesy slogans. Keep it clean, classy and fresh and people will flock to it.

But overall, for the first time out, I think they're all pretty swaggin.
 

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Personally, I like the minimalism of the way they are designed right now in your pics. I'm not gonna lie, and I'm not only saying this because you are on the 4, but I would rock your clothes. I would even like it more if it came without labels. Makes it more unique. lol.

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