There has been an obvious absent from myself on False Image for quite some time but I want to thank those who have stayed supporting me in my endeavors. For the last few months I took a 2 month trip to London, England to pursue my dreams into the fashion industry. Ironically, two years ago when False Image was established I use to write about all the great tailor shops in London like Henry Poole & Co. wishing one day I would travel to that great land. This summer many things were greatly accomplished in London stay tuned for more insight into the “Dream”. In the meanwhile on Tuesday, September 6,2013 I will be sharing my experience that I had in London this summer at Alabama A&M University to Department of fashion design and merchandising program. This event will be curated by Jules Pierrot of Dropping Juels Production. It will take place at the Bertha M. Jones Conference Center located on the campus of Alabama A&M campus starting at 5 P.M.This is the first official time I will share my experiences in the worlds largest fashion capital since being back in the United States. Please R.S.V.P. at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Just a couple of weeks ago I received the opportunity to design a sweater for Maybach Music Group artist Stalley. Leading up to actually completing the sweater for the heavily rising music artist from Massillon,Ohio their was a great work of research that had to be done. Usually when I design my garments I always think about what the individuals previous clothing selection are to combine that with the vision I may see when designing the sweater. I considered Stalley someone that was well aware about his brands and very in tune to his overall appearance. First, I decided to apply the M letter chenille patch that is on the front of the sweater. The M letter has an ancient writing instrument that is engraved as the M represents his hometown Massillon, Ohio and the writing instruments relates to him being a music artist. Also, on the back of the neckline of the sweater there is a Cleveland Indian Patch which happens to be Stalley`s favorite logo as he is seen often sporting the teams baseball caps. The highlight of the sweater is the right side of the sweater which has the letters of “BCG” which stands for Blue Collar Gang Stalley`s independent music group. This was a great opportunity to continue to expand my networking circle I thank the Stalley and his crew for allowing me the opportunity.
Hadleighs Bespoke is not just one of Dallas,Texas clothier but they celebrate the style of an individuals through providing some of the best tailoring services. Allowing its customers to explore the art of bespoke. Hadleighs Bespoke has some of the most unique designs I have seen from their vibrant colored tassel loafers to the tailoring of the suits. Although, the idea of Hadleighs Bespoke was curated by two individuals that were profound within the fashion industry those being Ed & Gable. Ed climbed his way up the retail ladder of success working for Ralph Lauren and Stanley Korshak for over a combined 20 years. At one point of time Ed receive the acknowledgement of being one of the top three salesman nationwide for the company Ralph Lauren. Gable had a more different approach into actually creating a name for herself within the industry. After graduating from Fashion Institute of Technology she begin to work with designer such as Adrienne Vittadini, Liz Lange, and Ralph Lauren. One of Gables specialties was eveningwear. As you can see Hadleighs Bespoke has a very creative insight coming from experienced individuals. Hadleighs Bespoke offers menswear and womens clothing you can check out more from Hadleighs Bespoke at hadleighsbespoke.com or at their located 71 & 74 Highland Park Village Dallas,Texas 75205