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Urban Clothing Line - Name Needed
Posted by Anonymous on
6/22/2005 at 8:20 PM ET
Hey everyone. We are in the process of launching a clothing line designed for a younger, urban demographic. Aimed along the lines of Timbaland meets Reebok/Nike, comfortable basketball style attire. Any help would be appreciated, we arent looking for anything specific just some broad types of names for the brand.
6/23/2005 at 5:42 AM
Let me try some:
Citylife (points it is an urban thing)
Dress-n-Go! (points it is easy and comfortable to wear)
Escape (just a cool emotional appeal for young people)
7/5/2005 at 8:18 AM
Hello all. I am closing this question since there has been no activity in over a week. We do this to reward the contributions of participants in a timely manner + to give increased visibility to the newer questions.
Thanks for participating!
Carrie (Production Editor)
4/10/2007 at 8:37 PM
Keep it simple. When you wear this new line you want to make people wonder where you are going and what you will be doing in those clothes. The the best impression is the kind that keep people intrigued. You should name your clothing line:
Hit the Streets
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