Creative director & social entrepreneur, Colin Randall is taking a stand.
'I've become frustrated by the disempowering narratives embodied by men who can't afford the luxury brands known as status symbols. Its a sense of classism where its almost encouraged to talk down to others that can not afford these well fitted custom made garments.'
'Also, as someone who's always enjoyed fashion and finding a style that allows me to express myself. I become frustrated over time at the lack of available options in menswear that pushed style boundaries and creativity. I thought to myself, where are all the plaids, window panes, & double breasted suits I see on professional athletes and millionaires?'
Colin soon found out that there just weren't many options out there for someone who wanted to stand out. These suits were often custom made and those wearing them spent thousands to get them.
'As a creative person I had issue with the correlation often made by those in suits, or those referred to as 'Suits'. To The Nines is striving to break these stereotypes that show those in suits aren't always self loathing, bureaucratic bigots who lack the ability to think creatively.'
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