“It goes back to high school in 2009,” said Krass, “I played lacrosse with Sam and we just started hanging out and talking about how cool it would be to start a clothing company.”
Maybe the biggest inspiration the duo had was the success apparel company, Vineyard Vines was having in 2008 and 2009.
They were taking a square peg and trying to put a round dress on it,” said Vincent Cuccia, who had a career in fund raising and grant writing for different theaters and universities in the New York City area before it occurred to him there might be a market in drag queen clothes.
The fabric’s inventor told a San Diego conference last month that stealthy camouflage is only a few years away from outfitting service members — and even helping hide ground combat vehicles, fighter jets and ships.
“Hydrocarbon doesn’t harm the human body, and there is no air pollution, contamination of the land or odor,” said owner Michael Koh.
The OmniRobe can be worn four ways.
The promotional video for the service pitches the idea like this (translated from Portuguese): “When they go clothes shopping, women always feel insecure and want a second opinion.
Vault Denim is set up like a party business but it’s a little different!
“My professor was my first customer, and I made $400 with 40 orders, so I told myself I wasn’t going to go back and work at Dole pineapple cannery anymore,” he said of his job stacking cans.
The AnaJet SPRINT is a Digital Garment Printer, aka T-shirt printer, suitable for printing on all types of garments, textile materials and decorative items.
The suit, made under licence in Japan, is the first to pull off a long-sought coup that could spell the end of dry-cleaning bills for white-collar workers.