Sportswear International in the "Gallery" - Jan 31 2020 Founders Daryl Sneed and Bret Grafton donate 10% of all proceeds to non-profits organizations that promote social and political change.
When I saw theSavage Beast Sweatshirt, I knew I had to have it. Since it’s been so cold in LA (under 70 degrees IS cold), I have a new obsession with sweaters. When I first put on the Savage Sweatshirt, I refused to take it off. The material is like butter on my skin and I can wear this every single day. I love the fierce tiger patch right in the middle to show I’m not to be messed with.
essence.com - Dec 28th, 2019
In this political climate, sometimes a little retail therapy can do the trick. But, with a big year ahead of us like the 2020 election, we can only hope for better results next year. One brand that is doing the work is Soundoff. The new gender-neutral streetwear label is disrupting the market with its inclusive approach and political focus. With its third release, “Life, Liberty, and Happiness,” Soundoff takes a collegiate approach to the political year in 2020.
Askmen - Sep 13th 2019
Hustle, hustle, hustle was the name of the game for Bret Grafton. For most of his career, anyway. As he put it: he used to have 40 or so outside clients a year, all bringing a variety of projects and opportunities.