Rocky Clark's Top Five: Coffee Table Books

Ametora by W. David Marx This Is Not A T-shirt by Bobby Hundreds Denim Dudes by Amy Leverton 100 Ideas That Changed Fashion by Harriet Worsely F**k Ivy by Mark McNairy Coffee table books hold more purpose than helping to turn your hip Brooklyn apartment into an artsy space. I wanted to share with you some of the books that have helped me along my journey with Rocky Clark. Books that have inspired me to dream bigger, and remind myself that RC is here to make a difference.  First up we have Ametora by W. David Marx. Ametora, or 'American Classic'. This book exemplifies just how often America influences other cultures. This shows up in our lives through food, music, art, and of...

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We Are One Team

In a time of political divide, climate change and colliding world views; we need more love on this Earth.  As Humans, we were put here for one purpose: to Love and to Help each other.  The Greatest of Minds have preached this in the past, but we tend to often overlook this simple concept.   As Creative Designers, it is our duty to translate the times of our culture.  We must interpret our surroundings in a digestible manner and contribute to the Zeitgeist.  We use inspirations from art, music, sports, American culture and the world and translate it into clothing- a human necessity. (We choose to clothe, consume and capitalize sustainably.) Our Mission here at Rocky Clark is to not only...

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New York Denim Academy

The New York Denim Academy is located at the heart of the NYC Garment District. They have been producing clothing in America for top brands since the 1980s. With decades of inspiration and research, they have found the answer to the perfect pair of jeans. America’s go-to piece of clothing for centuries is a pair of denim jeans. Ever since Levi Strauss invented them during the gold rush, Americans, and later the world has been hooked. But recently, there has been a lack in quality in denim wear. Brands have been moving overseas for production, compromising quality for price. NYDA chose to reverse this trend. The NYDA decided to make the jeans out of White Oak Selvedge denim. White Oak...

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