After speaking with Brock Willsey, founder and creative director of the line, it is impossible to miss his awe-inspiring design aesthetic. Willsey believes in energizing and improving classic motifs into chic, but serviceable attire for modern wear. What generates is a unisex wardrobe loved by Detroit, and appreciated for its universal charm.
Now approaching their fifth anniversary, breathes a much-needed functionality and frivolity into Midwest fashion.
The line is being sold locally at upscale Royal Oak and Ferndale boutiques: House of Chants, Dolce Moda, Project 3, and Caruso Caruso and regionally in Chicago stores: Akira and Revolver.
As for future endeavors, VividBraille plans to add handcrafted scarves, a jacket, and jewelry pieces to their collection.
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