Ohio State’s Teradja Mitchell Launches Clothing Brand Via NIL
With college athletes now allowed to use their name, image and likeness, the Ohio State senior linebacker Teradja mitchell launched a clothing brand called Above The Realm.
It’s actually been a long time for Mitchell, a former four-star Virginia Beach prospect who is expected to be a freshman starter for the Buckeyes this fall.
âI’ve wanted to start a clothing brand for a while now,â Mitchell said. Buckeyes Now. âMy specialty is fashion and retail studies and being from a fashion center like Virginia where you have icons like Pharrell, Missy Elliott and Pusha T, it has always inspired me to follow the same path.
According to Mitchell, the idea behind the name Above The Realm stems from the action of lifting and pushing the boundaries of the world.
âThe message behind it all is to strive to reach an out of this world level while bringing an abstract street clothing brand to the world that anyone can wear – even people who aren’t sports fans. , that’s why I didn’t get involved in sports, “he said.
The style of Above The Realm was created by Mitchell and a team of graphic designers which includes an Ohio State student. Camryn hawthorne. They have produced three t-shirt designs so far, all shown below, but plan to incorporate hats, hoodies, sweatpants and bracelets as the brand continues to grow. develop.
The shirts are available in black, white, gray, red, blue, and green and cost $ 35 each. Orders can be placed by contacting Mitchell on the Above The Realm Instagram page (@ above.the.realm).
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