“I’m buying shelves now because I don’t have enough wardrobe space to support my clothes,” Kansas City defense chief Frank Clark told reporters Wednesday. “If I buy a house for $ 10 million, the closet might not be big enough to support my clothes.”
Now, Clark expands his love of fashion to a new form: make it.
In his new off-field project, he was a sixth-year NFL veteran creating his own clothing line, “Label 5, “as he dives deeper into the passion of non-football.
“It’s basically like I have to find something that I really like, not really finding something but really chasing it,” Clark said. “I always liked fashion, I always liked my clothes and I liked shoes, I liked everything related to fashion, but I never really wanted to buy things. I always wanted to create. “
Clark’s use of social media has been largely silent since the end of February. Part of its minimal use has been dedicated to promoting Label 5.
The brand hasn’t been launched yet, but the creation has been going on for more than two years. Clark did not consider the project as a for-profit item. He wants to solve the problem.
“I always want to do something more than go to the store and get something that I think looks cool,” Clark said. “Then I finally knew, honestly, I came to the point that I didn’t like these items in the shop. Honestly, I got to the point where I did that so many times that I was like ‘well, I can only make things I myself, ‘I got all my clothes.’
Clark plans to unisex inventory to include work wear uniforms, contemporary clothing and daily sweat for adults of all sizes. He aims to reach every member of his target audience.
“I want to do something for everyone,” Clark said. “I think it consists of what my line is, something for everyone.”
Clark not only adheres to clothing design, based on the seductive tweet of the 1968 Shelby GT500 which was restored with the Label 5 brand on Wednesday.
He debuted his sweatpant design four minutes later before signing.
Details about when and where Label 5 will be available have not been released. Clark will continue to provide updates to the brand through Twitter.
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