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Threader Urban Clothing partners with Mayan Tamang
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Nov '09
Streetwear company Wildchild Nation, LLC announces a new partnership with Mayan Tamang, a member of the iconic, Boston b-boy crew, the Floorlords. Wildchild Nation will provide online distribution of Mayan Tamang's collection of garments and products as part of Threader, the first online urban clothing marketplace for the hip hop dance and entertainment industries.

Luam, co-founder of Wildchild Nation, remarked, "Mayan Tamang adds another dimension to Threader. His graphics-driven garments are grounded in b-boy culture specifically through his involvement with the Floorlords Crew, but reaches beyond it to streetwear as a whole." The crew, in existence for more than two decades, has been an influential part of hip hop culture since the beginning, and helped to define the art of break dancing.

"We're really excited to be involved with Threader," said Mayan. "We see where urban clothing is trending, and Threader is right on top of that direction." Threader continues to grow as new partners add their hip hop clothing and merchandise and combine their audiences for online cross promotion. Mayan Tamang Productions represents the first b-boy inspired line on the Website.

Wildchild Nation is a lifestyle urban clothing company based in New York City. Wildchild Nation's urban clothing brand, Wildchild, produces men's and women's quality, trend-right designs influenced by the Soho, urban wear, streetwear, and vintage markets. Their Threader brand is the first Website of its kind in the streetwear dance industry offering everything from basic fulfillment of products, warehousing and customer support to private labeled manufacturing of garments. In line with their mission, they push to revitalize their consumers into self-awareness and action, referring to the "Wildchild Movement" in which individuals are encouraged to explore their hidden ambitions and creativity.

In 2006, Mayan launched Mayan Tamang Productions, a clothing label which reflects contemporary street culture. His goal is to inspire others to chase down their dreams and unite by introducing unique lines of apparel and media produced by artists of all ethnicities, cultures, and lifestyles. Mayan Tamang Productions promotes the ideals of street culture and positive living. He uses clothing as a canvas for conveying unique art that spotlights beauty from around the world.

Wildchild Nation, LLC

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