Understanding a brand is often half the battle. Good product is essential, but if people don’t quite “get” what you’re doing and why your doing it, your work is kind of falling on deaf ears. Or maybe that should be blind eyes? I’m not sure. Either way, I’m trying to say that you want people to embrace your brand because they buy into the whole concept. That’s why interviews with brand owners are always pretty cool and it’s also why I keep posting them. This is another brand that I’m seriously into; WTAPS. Haven recently posted this interview with the brand’s founder, Tetsu Nishiyama.
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Words: Robert Boswell Illustrations: Rebel-Yuth I recently had the pleasure of talking with Jerry Cohen, owner and founder of Ebbets Field Flannels, on his latest trip to London. We discussed a great deal of things including Jackie Robinson and the integration of Major League Baseball, wool as a performance fabric, meeting Odd Future and the renaissance […]