“Style is the perfection of a point of view.”
—Richard Eberhart, Poet
Lemuel and his friends ready for his BIG DAY. They look debonair.
RECKLESS was started in 2008. Working out of his garage with no experience in graphic arts or silk screening, Mario has turned RECKLESS into one of the most recognized clothing lines on the East Coast. Mario is also the Co-Founder of Men’s Fashion Week Virginia. Mario has been in various fashion shows such as Virginia Fashion Week 2011, 2013, 2014 and 2016, New York Fashion Week 2013, 2014 and 2015 Miami Fashion Week 2014 and Lawrence Brothers Prime Time Hair Show. He has also been mentioned in various magazines and newspapers such as Black Hair, Floss Magazine, USTYLEU Magazine, Dream Magazine, Size Overrated Magazine and The Virginian Pilot 2014 and 2016. Reckless has been featured in various music videos. Not only does he have a clothing line, Mario also manages one of the hottest up and coming independent artist Rebel J. Rose.
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The VALDECIO Collection
The Valdecio Collection represents a forward-thinking and unique luxury lifestyle. It is for the man who not only wants to make a statement, but has the confidence to know they’re a statement no matter what they wear. For the businessman on the go, the luxurious fabrics not only travel well, but can transition from the board room to a client dinner and everywhere in between. Each product was custom designed for the gentleman who desires quality and experience. After all, The Valdecio Collection – “It’s Not Clothing, It’s Art!”
visit today at http://www.valdeciocollection.com
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FreeMen by Mickey
Mickey Freeman also known as Mickey Boooom, is a fashion stylist, fashion editor, and designer, born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. His instinctual creative flair has had very early beginnings and there’s no ending in sight. The juxtaposition of growing up in a rough environment, coupled with his attention commanding personal style, created some internal turmoil early on. Though well-liked, the frustration of feeling like he didn’t belong gave birth to his need to make the world more beautiful, which is as strong as his need to breathe air.
There are many facets to his sartorial expertise, however, he has primarily been a wardrobe stylist for men and women who are in search of an innovative intervention, as he playfully calls it. Spearheading visual schematics for models, celebrities, athletes, artists and other intriguing people enables him to convey his view of the way the world should be, could be, or would be, without burdening viewers and clients with the weight of reality. His work has been published in Vogue, Elle, GQ, to name a few.
With many years of combined experiences of being a wardrobe stylist, he was recently guided by his intuition to create his own exquisite style of fashion, which is the deviceful moniker he calls his “Utility Kilt line”.
His line, FreeMen By Mickey, which was recently showcased for Bahamas Fashion Week, represents the evolution of the masculine silhouette. The name FreeMen is actually a portmanteau that encompasses his profound belief that every human being should experience freedom, true freedom in their lifetime.
“Head over to FREEMENBYMICKEY.COM to check out his latest collection.”