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So what’s in a name? Naturally there’s a strategy in choosing the perfect name to represent your brand. When you understand the back story of Fukitt Clothing, you’ll realize they have the perfect name for their products which include t-shirts, sweatshirts, trucker hats, snapbacks, beanies, hoodies, stickers, pants, and board shorts. Fukitt Clothing has a distinct edgy image, and you won’t find it available in your local mall. Watch this short video to get additional insight on their philosophy.The company mission is “to inspire and motivate people to live life without regret and accept challenges worth the risk,” and inspirational messages such as Love Life, Take Nothing for Granted, and Stop Worrying and Start Living are front and center on their clothing. What does it all mean? Fukitt CEO and Founder, Ricardo Zulueta Jr, will share his story including the origin of their unusual name. Since their mission is to inspire and motivate people to live life and take risks, it is appropriate to support Suicide Prevention Awareness. Ricardo, the founder of Fukitt, has experienced the loss of his oldest brother from suicide, which is why he is passionate in his mission. Fukitt’s goal is not only to prevent suicide, but to influence and change people's mentality and perspective about life that often lead to depression, anxiety and other mental issues that prevent them from achieving the ultimate goal -- to be happy. The clothing provides positive reinforcement and a reminder. After the interview, check After Hours at Jersey Coastal Live for more info. This interview is rated R for language but not for content.
Ladies Tell All Show
Hosted by Cassie Gainey & Jennah Simpkins
Monday Night January 25, 2016
Special Guest - Kywuan Terrell Warren
Successful Celebrity Clothing Designer
Kywuan Terrell Warren
The Son of Incarcerated Mother Starts Successful Clothing Line
Kywuan Terrell Warren was just 11 years old when his mother, Jamila T. Davis, was sentenced to 12 1/2 years in prison for bank fraud. In her absence, Kywuan and his sister, Diamond Baker, struggled to sustain the lifestyle that their single mother once provided. Kywuan says, "When the judge sentenced my mother to over a decade behind bars, I thought my life was over. I don't think he realized by punishing her so harshly, he was actually punishing me!”
Kywuan was accepted to a major university but was unable to afford the tuition. He discussed his dilemma while visiting his mother in federal prison. Together they decided to create outerwear apparel for men as a business. Kywuan brought the design ideas to his mother, then she would go back to her cell, and hand-crocheted each sample. The mother and son creative duo went back and forth until the entire line was complete. The line, The Kywuan Terrell Outerwear Collection, includes trendy, hooded scarves and arm warmers. "It took some time, but we were dedicated. I was able to find some of the greatest hands-craftsmen in the world to manufacture our garments. Each piece is crocheted by hand using 100% high-quality, alpaca thread. Kywuan says, “Each garment in the collection is custom made with love and care, just like the originals that my mother made for me!"
There are over 2 million children across the US whose parents are behind bars. Kywuan is one of the lucky ones. He is currently an honor roll student at a local community college. Armed with a supportive team and determination, the Kywuan Terrell Outerwear Collection is created and highly sought-out by fashion icon
Host Kevin Willett is joined by Mike Peterson to discuss the SPC MATTHEW POLLINI MEMORIAL FUND Clothing drive for Veterans in Need. The drive will be held on December 10th and 15th at American Legion in Dracut, Ma from 530-9PM.
What's Up #Diamonds,
Welcome to another episode of the #LinaJones #DiamondNetwork Show! I appreciate you all listening just as mus as I appreciate those who follow me on social media showing their #support with RTS, repost, sharing and liking the show links. I thank you humbly for you support and ask that you continue to support the show especially with the New Year coming up I'm looking to do some good things so stay tuned.
I love designers especially clothing designers I haven’t had a designer on the show since Sarah Loft which was a few months ago. But Monday I have another designer this designer Rakiyt Zakari designs T-shirts and so much more her line is called “The Original David” I’m very excited to have interview her. If you did not see her picture on the October calendar of the LJDNShow.com’s homepage you should go check it out. Listen as we talk about her clothing line and what inspired her to become a designer and to create such unique designs using today’s Afrocentric look. As always our phone lines will be open if you would like to answer questions find out about orders call-in at 347 – 237 – 4697.
As you are well aware October is almost over I know it went fast but then again so has the whole year, if you haven’t had a chance to check out the October calendar on my website or read my recap or classic interview, please do so now you only have about a week left. Music! Music! Music! I would like to have yours please submit your music in MP3 format to the show, its simple just go to this to the show’s homepage and click submit. If you would like to be guest of the show please send email to guest@LJDNShow.com.
If it's happening, it's relevent, or if no body cares let's talk about it. Creative insight on what's going on with me, you, and everyone else. Come listen to the voice of an Atlanta comic trying to make sense of this crazy journey that we call life. Interesting guest stopping through for the ride. Just take a listen and get hooked! I'm here for the long haul.
Scott Leonard and Matt Reynolds, Co-Founders of Indigenous
In this case, Indigenous is synonymous with organic, fair trade, ethically sourced and guilt free clothing. I love these two! The backstory: On a trip to South America back in 1993, Scott encountered the priceless beauty of clothes produced by local artisans. The richness of the culture and the amazing knitting techniques prompted him to bring back more than a souvenir to his Northern California home. He returned with a vision to pioneer a new business model that would invite each of us to wear apparel that demonstrates our commitment to the people and environment. Together, Scotty and Matt have helped form a scalable artisan network through the Indigenous clothing line that reflects a commitment to sustainability, social entrepreneurship and responsible actions by consumers and business alike. These guys are fun, funny and true revolutionaries. You will never feel the same about clothing again - and that is a good thing! This show made possible due to the generous support of The Chapman Automotive Group.
Most Americans think that laws exist requiring shoes to be worn while driving a car, going into a store, or eating in public.
ZERO such USA states have such requirements.
Not only that, but there are HEALTH BENEFITS to not wearing shoes.
Most people have been told otherwise, so the average person wears flip flops - because they do not WANT to wear shoes, but afraid of violating laws (that do not exist)
Please check out the Barefoot Is Legal Radio Show & learn from Toni & John every week as they share about the barefoot lifestyle
Malachias Gaskin Is the Author of “A Warrior’s Garden,Therapeutic guide to living with PTSD.Malachias joined the Indiana Army National Guard in Jan 1994 at 18 yrs old and served both as a Combat medic and an Infantryman for 9 years. In April 2006 He re-enlisted in into the Active Army as a Combat medic and served for 8 years. He did 28 months in Iraq during the surge and Operation New Dawn. He was medically retired for PTSD,TBI, Arthritis,Hearing loss, and Bursitis at 100% and retired to the Nashville TN area.
After 3 yrs of counseling and medications from the Army,Malachias decided that he needed something more and transitioned to a more non-chemical based and alternative therapy based road to recovery.Using three main pillars,Faith, Music,and Organic Gardening A Warrior’s Garden was born
I was born and raised in Batesville,Mississippi,a small country town.I have two sisters and a younger brother.I grew up in a very traditional southern Baptist household with dreams of making it big in the world of entertainment.I have always loved pop culture,music,movies,fashion and left Mississippi for NYC to achieve my dreams.After years of going to auditions and sending out applications,I booked two reality show pilots that unfortunately, never got picked up but gave me relevant experience and the opportunity to network with people within the television industry.With the mind set of never giving up,I branched out into print work where I ended up booking a national cookbook,the cover of HawkCo.'s spring clothing line, and two months in a row featured as one of DNA Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive,followed up with a six page spread.With all this experience I'm still trying to break out and learn how this crazy world in the entertainment business works.Thankfully social media has changed the way casting directors look for talent an my Instagram has taken off with 15.5K followers.The climb might be slow but the goal has never changed
Join us as we talk with author, Dianna Knox Cooper about her new book "The Purifying Of The Fire"! If you thought the previous book "Hated Without A Cause" was a doozie, you have not heard anything yet. Also in our round table discussion we will disccuss appropriate or inapropriate clothing. Get ready to have a good time and to share your; thoughts, views, and opinions live on air.
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