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Tom Brady Is Launching His Own Men’s Fashion Line

Besides being a living football legend, Tom Brady is famous for his style risks off the field. It’s only expected when you’re the partner of international supermodel Gisele Bündchen for 15 fashion-forward years. Now, the seven-time Super Bowl winner is launching his own fashion line to help other men get the look. And the upcoming line is called, well, Brady.

According to WWD, the pro athlete is partnering with co-founder Jens Grede and designer Dao-Yi Chow to develop the line. According to a release, the line has been in development for three years, with the brand using “advanced fabrications and more sustainable practices to create an intelligently designed and highly engineered collection for optimal performance on and off the field.”

From the sounds of it, the brand will venture into both the activewear and casual wear space, with the projected launch featuring two collections named “Train” and “Live.” The

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Ciara’s New Accessories Line is All About a Chic Backpack

Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter turned fashion mogul Ciara never does anything by half measures. Last year she and her husband, football player Russell Wilson decided to merge fashion and philanthropy with their launch of The House of LR&C, a retail concept focused on giving on giving back, and Human Nation, a sustainable streetwear line. Next on the docket for Ciara is Dare To Roam (DTR), a line of chic minimalist backpacks and accessories crafted from antimicrobial nylon.

The collection’s hero piece, the Prodigy Backpack, comes in two sizes and features a quilted tech compartment that easily accommodates a 15 in laptop, side slip pockets that keeps a water bottle within reach, and padded adjustable shoulder straps with branded jacquard webbing. There is also an Alpha Org Pouch for stashing small tech items and a Keeper Lunchbox—both prime additions for getting back into the school drop-off routine. DTR’s accessories are

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Cannabis Fashion Is Here: Marvina Thomas, Korto Momolu To Present New Line At ‘Queen Of The Nile’

Marvina Thomas, CEO and founder of Fourtwenty Collections, and New York fashion designer Korto Momolu will launch their new cannabis fashion line for women at the ‘Queen of the Nile’ Runway Show Saturday, September 11th, in Tempe, Arizona.

A portion of the proceeds will go to Start Living Recovery, a non-profit and group home helping educate people on the benefits of medical cannabis, transitioning them away from alcohol and opioids.

The cannabis-inspired fashion show is the first of its kind to take place in Arizona, featuring diverse models surrounded by some of the most prominent and reputable women in the industry. Momolu earned the title of “Top 5 Designers to Watch” in 2019 at her New York fashion show debut when she collaborated with Women Grow and represented her hemp-based fashion line with models smoking vape cartridges on the runway.

“Creating a cannabis-inspired fashion line has been a goal of

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WATCH NOW: Charis Jones expands her Richmond-based Sassy Jones jewelry and accessory business by adding a clothing line | Business News

“Our customers were taking our boldly printed scarves and making halter tops and skirts and boleros out of them. They’re wearing them like clothes,” she said. “So it’s really literally just giving the people what they want.”

Sassy Jones began testing different designs and hired its first fashion designer in December. Since then, the team has grown to five designers.

Jones is involved in the creative process, advising on styles and designs and selecting fabrics for each look.

“My accessories and beauty line has always been focused on bold pops of color, unique pieces and quality materials — and those same concepts shine through in my fashion line,” she said. “At the core, the collection helps women boost their self-confidence in whatever they put on.”

The Sassy Jones ready-to-wear collection is going to change the face of fashion, said Amanda Campbell, who was hired as the company’s first fashion designer.

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