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Morgan's & Phillip's expands apparel line
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Aug '11
Morgan's & Phillip's has announced its expanded range of vintage inspired Shelby Apparel, and retro motorcycle apparel. Unlike most apparel companies M&P strives for authenticity in every design, basing its artwork on real people, places, and events. Working with automotive icons like Carroll Shelby, Barris Kustom City, and many others M&P brings reality back to apparel. "So much of what is on the market is made by fashion companies that don't take the time to learn about the industry they are trying to reflect, we started doing vintage automotive and motorcycle apparel in 2007, now it is the flavor of the week. Most of our competitors just toss "Supercharged" or "Racing" on a tee but the details don't add up. Our apparel is always based on a historic person, race, or place, we are car guys, our parking lot is full of classic cars and motorcycles. Its our background and our passion" said Mike Satterfield of M&P.

The new line from M&P is focused on capturing the classic era of the 1960's when Shelby was taking on Ferrari, and the Salt Flats of Bonneville were recording records like never before. Authentic, timeless, and well made are all words that describe M&P.

"You won't find us in the big box stores, we have turned down offers to be in major retailers, not because we have anything against growing, but we want our apparel to be discovered, long after the other brands are on to the next trend we will still be making our own unique style of classic American apparel"

Morgan's and Phillip's is a southern California based clothing manufacturer that offers high quality, California produced clothing, including several limited edition and one off items.

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