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 Les Deux is the story of a cross-cultural relationship between a political refuge and prep boy. A relationship based on mutual inspiration while embracing the diversity of their respective backgrounds and mentalities. The authenticity of this relationship was carried into what in 2011 became Les Deux. The foundation of Les Deux was always to be indiscriminate of gender, politics, cultural backgrounds, and religious beliefs - we are for everyone.  The vision was to create a niche in the fashion industry based on a dualistic approach that combined the two completely different styles; prep boy Ivy League meeting the unpretentious street fashions. The adventure started with just a t-shirt and evolved into a global brand represented by more than 500 retailers.  At Les Deux we believe in unifying human relations across physical and cultural borders by defining a visionary lifestyle based on compassion, creativity and the freedom to aim high - we make premium apparel.
       
     
 ’47’s present-day success comes from never forgetting its roots.  In 1947, twin brothers and Italian immigrants, Arthur and Henry D’Angelo founded Twins Enterprise, now ’47. The D’Angelos were entrepreneurial pioneers who were quick to see the future of sports licensing by selling pennants and other sports memorabilia on the streets around Fenway Park. Through a combination of hard work, sound instincts and incredible passion, the brothers were able to grow their business from a single street cart to a premier sports lifestyle brand that uniquely melds sport and style.
       
     
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 Mouli is a fashion brand founded in Stockholm 2005 by brothers Eitil and Vemund Due. Growing up with parents who were both working as artists, they were encouraged to experiment and follow their own path at an early age.  In the beginning they made clothes only for themselves to wear and eventually friends, and friends of their friends started to wear them too. The collection is playful with fabrics and colors, but serious when it comes to manufacturing. The brand is in constant development but the foundation stays the same, a contemporary and sophisticated version of street wear, characterized by strong details and the artistic legacy of the brothers. The ambition is to make clothes that people will love and wear for a long time.
       
     
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 In 1916 Keds redefined footwear with the introduction of the Champion sneaker. The iconic design ignited a style revolution, capturing the hearts of women everywhere from fashion icons to the girl next door. As Keds enters its centennial year, the brand has become a lifestyle fueled by a passion to put ladies first. Whether it’s her love of fashion or crushing it in her career, Keds supports what she’s all about and who she aspires to be, championing what it means to be a lady today.
       
     
 Our Story  The year was 1949. The war was over. There was a sense of optimism, a feeling that you could do anything, as long as you put your mind to it. It was at this pivotal moment that PRO-Keds was born to challenge the status quo.  PRO-Keds was introduced to the world by George Mikan, basketball's original Big Man. Mikan's formidable style of play challenged the fundamental concepts of the game - so much so that the rules were changed because of him. And his challenger spirit brought results: PRO-Keds took Mikan and the Minneapolis Lakers to five NBA championships in the 40's and 50's. The team is remembered as much for its humility and integrity as for its dominant victories.  Soon, other athletes assumed the challenge. Nate 'Tiny' Archibald, Jo Jo White, Joe Theismann, 'Pistol' Pete Maravich, and Johnny Bench all helped forge the brand's tenacious character during the 70s and 8O's. They proved PRO-Keds was a way to question the choices of the mainstream, and did so with timeless style.  In the decades that followed, PRO-Keds became a symbol of quiet confidence, a conviction that simplicity is the purest form of sophistication. From stadiums to playgrounds to city streets, PRO-Keds were worn by athletes, musicians, artists, style icons, and cultural innovators. Individuals who knew they didn't need to shout to be heard. For them, to change the world simply meant rising to the challenge.