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iKY Clothing goes online with eclectic spring collection
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Nov '06
iKY Clothing (pronounced "icky"), based out of Washington, DC, announced their highly anticipated debut of the Spring 2007 clothing line along with the launch of their website.

Known all over the east coast for the innovative branding of their name and signature logo, iKY clothing will be launching their official men's and women's ready-to-wear Spring 2007 clothing line in Washington, DC on Friday November 17, 2006 at the night time hotspot Chloe, located in the trendy Adams Morgan District of Washington, DC (2473 18th Street, NW).

The Spring 2007 collection consists of eclectic garments filled with weathered tops, track jackets, and long sleeve cotton hoodies.

Vintage style tees, distressed necklines, mineral washes, highly detailed screen prints and raw edges are what gives this line the rock n' roll attitude that encompasses iKY Clothing.

Founded in 2005, iKY clothing is run by partners Jeff King and Eddie Fam, both local to the Washington, DC area. "We developed iKY as a way to bring fashion and style to an area laden with business suits, button down shirts and khakis", says King.

Fam agrees stating, "With the amount of talent that lies in this city, DC has incredible potential to evolve into an art and design epicenter".

iKY Clothing is unique in more ways than just their exceptional design. The team's approach to their business model makes it stand out in an industry filled with highly coveted signature logo garments and accessories such as Gucci, Dior and Channel.


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