Discussion in 'Streetwear and Denim' started by JOHN ELLIOTT, Apr 10, 2013.
Wow. That is shameless. They are doing the exact same pose too.
Maybe they are behind that brand? Lol
Will these grey flannels be hitting atrium any time soon?
Wow.. crazy about that pac sun line.. AND its made in the USA.. Not sure how that's possible
Reigning Champ is coming through with side-zips on their midweight product this fall. It was only a matter of time before that style caught on
the audacity of that reign and storm
We are NOT behind this brand.
As far as I can tell that is only on the tees.
I was waiting for someone to bring up that pacsun brand.. Surprised it took so long..
Any word on the silk mercer pricing? I'm definitely picking that up tomorrow along with a few other pieces I've had my eye on
Side zips are one thing. Ripping off everything down to the mission statement is another.
All of our clothing is made in Los Angeles from the highest quality materials. Logos are rarely seen, as we feel the garments should speak for themselves. We play with "basics" with deliberate detail, and believe modern clothing can be authentically constructed. Our motivation is simple: we make clothing that people will wear every day
Reign and Storm is the new standard for elevated mens basics. The brand is built on 3 pillars: premium fabrications, engineered silhouettes, and the notion that attention to detail speaks louder than graphics. Stand out from the crown without adding to the noise.
cool little vid
Unfortunately, that is the by-product of a market economy. People can attain business by ripping off of other's idea's. Nothing JE can really do about it except for innovate/design superior products.
John Elliott ain't got nothing to worry about though. The spring 15' looks solid and the fall stuff (waiting on that flannel) is looking pretty dope so far
Exactly. Staying ahead of the curve. Keep it up JE+C.
Yessir JE+co and SLP are the best two menswear brands out IMO.
No pacsun rip off can stop that lol
Agreed. Modern Classics.
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