Archive for June, 2011
Friday, June 24th, 2011
Allow me if you will, the opportunity to give a little “state of the union” as it pertains to the ethos of Faith & Fortune and what we’ve been up to.
Since our inception, F&F has been about creating fun, invigorating, and original fashion products that you are not only excited to purchase, but to wear over and over again. We can’t tell you how happy it makes us when we hear from a customer at an event or on our Facebook fan page “this is so soft” or “this is one of my new favorite pieces”. We’ve all know the feeling of disappointment from the purchase of a bad product, and our end game is to never be the purveyor of such an experience.
Additionally, from our inception, Faith & Fortune has been about making people feel good through social initiatives. Both the doer and the recipient we feel gain from these experiences, and we like to think of ourselves as the “match-maker”. We understand that it’s not always reasonable to ask people to donate physical hours to a need, and that you have busy lives. However, we also know that savvy consumers such as yourself will seek out and support brands that allow them to be part of the story.
It’s through our most recent activities that we’ve been seeking to grow the Faith & Fortune brand (i.e. “business”) so that we can be more effective at the aforementioned things. Because let’s face it, without resources we’re not going to be a whole lot of good to anyone! We do have some stuff planned on the horizon that we think you’ll want to be part of. Aside from our current partnership with Rock for Justice (which we are excited to see grow) we have another partnership effort in the works for later this year. Combined with what we hope is a steady stream of new product that you’ll be eager to get your hands on, this is going to be a fun year.
So stay tuned, keep on supporting us like you’ve been, and spread the F&F word; you’ll be glad you did!
Monday, June 20th, 2011
As many of you know, we spent this past Saturday on Governors Island for the 1st ever Governors Ball music festival. Featuring the likes of Mac Miller, Big Boi, Pretty Lights + Girl talk, this event boasted 2 stages, every food a concert-goer could imagine, and 18,000 hot, sweaty, crazy people. All this to say, we loved it.
Monday, June 6th, 2011
From the get-go our design firm 207mm has done things bigger, better, and faster than we could ever hope.
Principal Gabe Davis has always put forth the extra time + effort to help F&F take steps closer to what we dream it can be. He recently threw us this “little” nugget that we’re excited to have on the website now.
Check it out;