In case you haven't heard the Atlanta Lupus Walk is April 25, 2020. Lupus has taken countless lives and will continue to unless we find a cure. Brooklyn Republic has decided to create select items to support the Lupus Foundation of Atlanta, as well as select other non-profits in the city. A portion of our proceeds will go to these select foundations
In today's climate it seems that slander has taken the place of being the new tactic of psychological warfare. From Trump's idiotic tweet rants to media's mishandling of Zaya Wade's transitioning. We seem to be concerned about the wrong things. Legendary MC Darryl "DMC" McDaniel summarizes the problem eloquently.
I've been getting questions about why you can't find any of our stuff in mainstream stores i.e. target, wal-mart, etc. It's simple, they don't want you to be educated. Think about it, you don't see anything out in stores with Common, Talib, Bada$$, J.Cole, or any other conscious MC unless it's on their respective pages, but as far "mainstream" retail.....probably not.
We've come along way from being Blac Cotton, to Noir Milieu, to now Closet Junkies / Crates & Closets. We have strived to become the authority in authentic hip-hop apparel, tour gear, fan gear and more. The creator Stash Madison, was born in Kansas City, but raised in Coney Island, Brooklyn, New York. Always having been an entrepreneur, Stash started drawing sketches and designs. Somewhere down the line, his brother Hy suggested that he take it a step further and start printing his designs on t-shirts, and the rest in going to be history....