1.What is your name and your craft?
I'm David L'Creme and I'm co-designer for
2. What do you want L'creme Nation to represent?
I want L'Creme to represent everyone. Everyone
from the dudes on wall st to the inner city kids to
suburbs. I want my line to appeal to
3. When did you have the idea to come out with L'creme nation?
Back in 2009, I was going back and forth between
name for the line. A lot ppl don't know this, but the
name I originally wanted was "R.S.L." Which stood
"Rock Star Living" I know corny, lol. I
remember I was sitting on couch and I was thinking
I want my line to represent the best of best, the
"creme de la creme" and that's where L'Creme started.
4. What else is L'creme Nation going to expand into besides shirts?
Hopefully, L'Creme wil be able to become
household name in fashion, not just an "urban" line.
I want to have the ability to not only do tees & hoodies
but dress shirts, sweaters, you know causal stuff and still
be relevant on the street urban side.
5. What has been the reception?
The reception has been pretty good since I kinda came out
of nowhere lol. Being able to link up with some of NYC best
unsigned artist has helped make L'Creme relevant in the
6. What is the ending product of L'creme Nation?
There is no end to L'Creme. Lol
7. Where do you L'creme Nation in 5 years?
My vision L'Creme is much bigger than just making clothes.
I want to have an agency that focus on styling underground
artist at an affordable rate. A marketing company and possibly
get into publishing a magazine.
Find more of L'Creme Nation @ http://www.lcremenation.blogspot.com
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