Leaders Of The New School is a 10 week series that will highlight up and coming talent in the fashion industry. Through this series, you the viewer will be given a behind the scenes look into life for 10 of New York City’s ‘IT’ kids, who even young into their career, have managed to create such a buzz we couldn’t ignore them. Each week we will highlight, a different profession, and hopefully shed some light on the respected fields and help someone decided if this is the right career path for them. Look at it like this – Career day is being brought to you!
Up and coming Brooklyn, NY designer, Marc Clark, has created quite a fan base for himself over the past year. With his hott line of edgy accessories, he is definitely someone to be on the lookout for in the near future! Marc’s line features handmade hipster bow ties, wired glasses and now foxtails and hats for the fall 2010 season, definitely something for the urban trendsetters. The coolest thing about Marc’s accessories are that they’re extremely versatile, and can be dressed up or down, and they’re unisex! From the bow ties to the foxtails, I’m sure any and every one can find use for one of his pieces.
Even our favorite celebrities have given us the reassurance that Marc’s pieces are indeed the hottest new fashion. Everyone from trendsetters like Rihanna to Will.I.Am to Teyana Taylor have been seen rocking a Marc bowtie or two. Hooked yet? Check out http://www.MarcClark.com and see it for youself! And of course, follow Marc Clark on Twitter, @therealmarcc.
Check out Part 1 of our three part series on the amazingly talented Marc Clark!
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