PRLog - Jan. 31, 2012 - NEW YORK -- E.N.C. is the brand that made the infamous “Don’t Feed The Models” t-shirts popular, proving only to be the beginning of their success. The line was co-founded by former model agent / NY Night Life fixture Richard Wheeler and celebrity photographer Gavin Bond, who are no strangers to the celebrity circle and fashion crowd. Since launching fans have been eager to embody the editorialized line!
The media has caught the candid’s of Kim Kardasian walking the streets in her “This is not a photo Opp” tee and Ryan Seacrest on the Red Carpet of American Idol premiere and they are only a few examples of their celeb clientele, which also include Jessica Alba, Rihanna, Steven Tyler and even Prince William.
“Our styles provide the wearer a chance to express themselves, either through messages and / or captive imagery, they are not for those who wish to blend,” says Wheeler. “I feel Macy's was the perfect platform for our styles and ultimately to share the E.N.C. brand with those who share the same love for a little fun!”
Macy’s has chosen to pick up 7 of their men’s designs and they will be available at their retail locations nationwide. The collection includes satirical one liners like “I like girls that like me” and graphic statements like the “Lollipop Sensor.”
Mark your calendars, because come February you will be able to pick up the hottest new t-shirt trend for limit free expression to tell it like it is!
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