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MBGKids launches kids' streetwear collection
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Aug '12
Finally flawless, MBGKids is eager to announce the launch of their kids streetwear line. It’s been over a year in the making, but founder Andrew Guzman and his team firmly believe they’ve created something special. With eye-catching graphics, high-quality fabrics and inspirational messages, MBGKids’ t-shirts are fit to knock the fashion industry’s socks off.

“Believe me, MBG didn’t happen overnight,” says Guzman. “We put together talented individuals who have worked with reputable streetwear brands to get this project launched. Our mission is to have kids connect with the MBG motto [Be Brilliant. Be Better. Be MADE.]”

MBGKids’ apparel will turn heads and break necks without breaking the bank. Displaying the right blend of street and style, this edgy brand’s goal is to help children realize that there are no obstacles too great to overcome. In addition to the line’s message, each shirt’s fabric rivals the material found in high-end department stores – a combination distinguishing MBGKids as not only a well-rounded brand, but also a parent’s dream.

Kids’ streetwear is the primary focus for Guzman and his team at the moment. However, girl’s attire will be released this fall. In addition to clothing, MBG will also offer a selection of accessories to complement the line.

MBGKids is the first ever exclusive kids street wear line for children. The acronym stands for “Made By God” – a name chosen as the ultimate reminder that all kids are special. The brand, which is 100% "Made" in the USA, strives to remind kids that they are part of something big, huge! Aside from having the highest quality fabrics, the blend of street, style and sophistication is what sets MBG apart! With the motto – Be brilliant. Be better.

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