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Troy James forays into fashion sector with boy’s new range

May 30, 2014 (United States Of America)

Troy James, a three year old Las Vegas native was born into a fashionable home. Son of a successful businessman and a former model, Troy James has always been exposed to high-end fashion since birth. While most toddlers are very picky about what they eat, TJ (as his parents know him) has a daily dilemma of what to wear. His sense of style appears to be a combination of his father’s New York, business-formal style and his mother’s taste of designer clothing. 
 
Troy James recently decided to combine his parent’s looks to create his own fashion label, The TROY JAMES BOYS COLLECTION. The TROY JAMES BOYS COLLECTION which will be launching FALL 2014 is a high end, hip fashion apparel and accessories company for boy’s only (ages 0-6). TJ, wants to offer every little boy the opportunity to look stylish and hip.
 
The brand offers two lines of clothing; Troy James Premium and The Troy James Boys Collection. Both lines will feature a variety of clothing ranging from Suits, Dress shirts, and Ties to Shoes, Pants, Denim, Sweaters, Belts, and Suspenders. The premium line will be made with luxurious silk, cashmere blends, and TJ’s favorite – Egyptian Cotton. The Troy James Boys Collection will be made of much affordable fabrics, however the craft will not be compromised.
 
Troy James Boys is working on fulfilling the demand of all fashionista mothers. Despite his age, TJ sees success in the near future. With his passion for fashion and his love for designing, Troy James hopes that all toddlers like him will enjoy his work.
 

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