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Founder Story

Nathaniel Williams II, born in Boston, MA in 1979, displayed a passion for art from a young age. Upon relocating to Virginia Beach, VA, he immersed himself in drawing, to the extent that a specialized school program was created to grant him more time for his artistic pursuits. His talents earned him recognition in the local newspaper and garnered awards for his exceptional artwork. 

In High School, Nathaniel’s interests evolved toward the realm of fashion. He cultivated relationships with local retailers and actively promoted their stores to his circle of friends. Upon completing high school, he pursued higher education at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. During his final semester, he embraced a pivotal role as a pattern maker in the fashion industry, a position he would dedicate 17 years to. 




We can emphasize the importance of using sustainable and eco-friendly fabrics in the fashion industry as a valuable educational opportunity for kids: 


Incorporating sustainable and eco-friendly fabrics into fashion and textile industries aligns with broader global efforts to combat climate change, reduce waste, and promote ethical practices. It not only benefits the environment but also presents economic opportunities and enhances the quality and integrity of products. 


For children, wearing luxury clothing made from sustainable materials can be more than just a fashion statement; it can be an educational experience with lasting benefits: 


1. Quality Matters: Luxury clothing, often crafted from sustainable and eco-friendly fabrics, showcases fine materials and craftsmanship. Teaching kids to appreciate quality at a young age can lead to a lifelong appreciation for well-made products.

2. Attention to Detail: Luxury fashion pays close attention to design and detail. Encouraging kids to notice these details can nurture their observation skills and creativity.

3. Cultural Awareness: Luxury brands often draw inspiration from different cultures and art. Exploring the cultural significance behind designs can broaden a child’s horizons and encourage an appreciation for diversity.

4. Self-Expression: Wearing luxury clothing allows kids to express themselves and develop their personal style. Encourage them to choose pieces that resonate with their unique personalities.

5. Respect for Resources: Luxury fashion is often sustainable and environmentally conscious. This provides an opportunity to teach kids about responsible consumption and the importance of protecting our planet.

6. Confidence Boost: Feeling good in well-made, stylish clothing can boost a child’s confidence. It teaches them the importance of self-care and self-esteem.

7. Historical Perspective: Many luxury brands have rich histories. Exploring the heritage of these brands can be a mini-history lesson for kids, connecting fashion with the past.


By choosing sustainable luxury clothing, parents can introduce valuable life lessons to their children, nurturing a sense of style, responsibility, and awareness that extends far beyond the fabric and stitches. 

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