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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Opening its doors in 2006, Albam has evolved from a humble upstart to one of the best respected contemporary British brands. Albam’s modern crafted clothing brought a fresh yet simplistic aesthetic to the table. In recent years, this aesthetic has often been mimicked but rarely surpassed. It is apparent that, for Albam, quality product takes [...]