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April 19, 2007

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When I came across Faveur I knew there was something special about them. Their designs weren’t just artistically gratifying, they were empowering. The designs Faveur uses send a message to whom ever catches sight of them. That is definitely something that sets Faveur apart from many other clothing lines I’ve ever seen. I was fortunate enough to get my hands on a few of Faveur’s line and I wasn’t disappointed.

Faveur has found a true appreciation for their work, even to such a degree as they have been exhibited in MODA (Museum Of Design Atlanta). Their message is clear: “Faveur is tattoos and three-piece suits. Blind to ethnicity and culture. Blind to politics. Blind to socio-economic boundaries. Faveur is the gift of power to the broken – the bridge from weakness to strength. A compass for the crooked roads.”

Offering an ever growing line, their mainstay is their line of tees that don’t just look cool but wear cool as well. The only downside, as is with many lines of t-shirts available is after a wash there was some minor fading but the designs are still strikingly bold, so no biggie. Faveur is a great line and I look forward to seeing what they will come up with next.

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