Once a controversial black-owned clothing brand, personal advice for the premiere of its spring/summer line at the 2022 Agenda Show
ATLANTE, January 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Years ago, clothing brand Personal Advisory was controversially asked to drop a design that appeared to depict Muslims bowing to a DJ. The design has since been discontinued, but that hasn’t stopped Nigerian-American founder and clothing designer N’namdi Arinze from turning t-shirts into a respectable clothing brand in its own right.
Personal Advisory is influenced by golden age hip-hop, pan-Africanism, semi-unisex male street style and high fashion. N’namdi says Personal Advisory is where intentional intent meets streetwear. Personal Advisory was founded in Atlanta, Georgia but moved to brooklyn in 2017 and is now relocated to Atlanta VOC post.
A few notable celebrities have been seen sporting Personal Advisory. Spike Lee wore Personal Advisory T during an interview on CNN, Hollywood actors Trevor Jackson and Tobias Truvillon are all patrons of the brand. Personal Advisory was invited to the addition of Lagos Fashion Week Street Wear in 2018 but was unable to attend. Recently, Personal Advisory caught the eye of the highly competitive Agenda Show and will be present February 15 – 17, 2022 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Many new pieces will be unveiled like their 90s leather European caps, African print Chinese Tang shirts, rugby shirts, parkas and sweaters.
N’namdi’s medium-term goal is to open a physical store in either brooklyn Where Atlanta, Georgia.
The Personal Advisory website and current range can be viewed at www.personaladvisory.com IG @personaladvisory
SOURCE Personal Advice