Fashion

Talkin' Fresh: Aaron Rice of (Sound) + (Vision)

The music influenced brand has turned it's rocked influenced vibes into a strong following. The garments inspired by the likes of Janis Joplin, Jimi Hendrix, Jim Morrison, David Bowie, and more have set the tone for a brands that have a strong admiration of music that goes beyond the vintage craze that can be found in your local deprtment store in the mall. It's quite evident in the brand's direction and Rice keeps it quite vocal about his work and where it derives on social media. The outspoken approach that this brand has taken has made it easy for them to receive such an organic following and purely in a fashion where it's differentiating themselves in their own lane. 

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Some Good Comes Out Of (Half )Evil: Half Evil Co. Hurricane Harvey Donation Article 

Coming out of the land of Connecticut, Half Evil Co has been making their waves with altering the perception of buying style for cheap. Offering different designs based on the “333” belief, Half Evil delivers these fresh garments for an equal price of $3.33 and it’s a drop that comes with them every month. While creating a system that benefits the supplier and customer, Half Evil decided to use these same forces for Hurricane Harvey with their “Fuck Joel Olsteen” tees. The tees sold out relatively quickly with the tremendous response from Social Media, and in the short time of it’s release, Half Evil collected over $400 during the release. 

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Talkin' Fresh: Nardgod of Wavesplus Clothing

Being the main man behind some of Sauce Walka, Sosamann, and Rizzoo Rizzoo's artwork, he decided to expand his horizons and take a stab in the fashion industry. His transition has seemed very seamless with creating pen and pixel and olde english inspired designs. These garments have been worn by the likes of Khari Bernard, Dice Soho, Drugrxch Peso, Skippa Tha Flippa, and more. Although he's moving in a different direction than other brands based out of the Bayou City, Wavesplus uses their differences as a strong suit to progress on a national scale. 

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