SKY CULTURE CLOTHING: Stay True to Yourself
Urban flare, hip hop, and street wear are just a few of fashion examples that Corey & Corey, creators of Sky Culture Clothing use to express themselves and represent their company. They always had an eye for fashion, and were always rocking unique clothing from designers that no one had ever seen or heard of.
During college, the two innovative young men and a few others established an organization of individuals with similar styles and creativity working to break the mold of fashion of mainstream society. “We want our clothing to appeal to the masses, not just skateboarding and surfing, but we want to hit every demographic and genre of street wear.”
The Sky Culture Clothing line is classy and comfortable, yet simple and sleek. The brand guarantees creativity and swagger. The fashion line consists of graphic tees, hoodies, 5 panels, snapbacks, long sleeves, and accessories to go along with their trendy fashions. Currently, their Spring line consists of retro colors, denim blues, dark denims dope, camo, and reds.
“Sky Culture Clothing was a blessing in disguise” says Corey. Their original name was Supernova, but unfortunately Adidas got their hands on it first. So, the young aspiring professional decided on the Sky Culture name with their signature classic parachute logo and added their slogan, “Created in the Clouds.” It was sky’s the limit from there. The clothing line has grown and expanded immensely, and seems to be moving full speed ahead.
To stay up on their game, Corey & Corey are constantly researching upcoming trends to determine what’s hot and what’s not. They consider themselves visionaries. They have a personal designer who can bring any design or logo to life. Sky Culture Clothing has plenty to look forward to in the next couple of years. They plan to collaborate with other fashion labels such as Diamond, 10 Deep, JSLV, and Entree just to name a few. We can look forward to their new sneakers and fitted sweatpants within the next year.
-Tinka Bell Israel
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