My whole life I've been drawn to the fashion industry. Being able to express yourself without even uttering a word. I remember once told by Nike Executive that if you can keep up with the fashion industry, you can keep up with any industry. That resonated with me over my younger years while navigating the educational system.
After attaining my degree from The Art Institute of Portland, I began working through the in's and out's of the fashion industry. Teaching myself about silk-screening, building my own screens and learning through trial and errors how to get the best results with certain fabrics. It was through my failures that I learned success. I've seen over the years brands that charge way too much for quality basics. I've taken time during the last two years to design, construct and correct more cut and sew garments than I care to admit. But through I've developed staple classics, with unbeatable quality that won't break the bank.
The key focus on Anonymous Goods is to limit any in-your-face branding on the apparel. Growing up in a generation where looking like you've made it before you've actually made it is somehow the gold standard. I want to focus more on the quality of construction than the name on the label.
These are items that will live in your closet until someone "accidentally" takes it home or your ex takes aim at one more gut punch before parting ways. Enjoy.