Everybody has their favorite pair of jeans. Whether you’re a person who prefers a pair of high-end designer jeans, or you may be like me and you are content with a plain comfortable pair, we all have our favorite. But what makes your favorite pair different from the rest? I found my favorite pair accidentally while shopping for an outfit to wear to a party that I ended up not even going to. I’m a bargain shopper, so I’m always sliding down the clearance aisle to see if I can find a steal. Low and behold I found a pair of Ralph Lauren jeans at a price I couldn’t resist, and the price was so low I can’t even tell you how much they were. Shoutout to Macy’s though! 

What makes them my favorite pair isn’t just the brand, but they’re super comfortable and fit perfectly. They are a lighter blue, so they pretty much go with everything. I’m also a sucker for versatility. 

Chloe Lonsdale, the founder of M.i.H jeans, offers a ton of versatility with her women’s jeans. Chloe was pretty much raised in the clothing industry, denim in particular. 

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Fashion today is made up largely of big-name designers and models who create hype around the emphasis of product. Designers rely heavily on celebrities to promote their product by wearing it and have become more concerned with endorsements over the actual quality of their product. Not often is there a background accompanied with a stylistic piece, or somewhat of a story that is being told through the art. However, the founder of the Brain Dead apparel company Kyle Ng works alongside his partner Ed Davis to change the way we perceive the clothing that we wear. 

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Throughout my 21 years of life, I have learned there are a multitude of ways that people eventually “make it.” There are individuals who become well known accidentally, some who have been perfecting their craft since their younger years, and then there are a few who simply want to find a way to provide for their families. Creative Director Teddy Santis is one who became successful due to the latter possibility mentioned, through fashion. 

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The first two years of Angela Scott’s entrepreneurial endeavor were spent working tirelessly by herself with one goal in mind: making shoes by and for women. She wanted to challenge herself while also making sure her message of empowerment grew. After two years, she found an intern to assist her with the growth of her company, The Office of Angela Scott. Now, celebrating their ten-year anniversary, Angela Scott, has grown far beyond two employees and a dream for a better way to produce and consume shoes.

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