Nautica Brings on Lil Yachty as a Creative Designer for 2017

first_img A Peek Inside the Joseph Abboud Factory: Italian Fabric, Made in America Editors’ Recommendations Raleigh Denim Workshop Makes Jeans with Artistry and Ingenuity in the U.S.A. What Wrangler Is Doing to Make Denim More Sustainable Lil Yachty, aka Miles Parks McCollum, has joined the Nautica creative team to design new fashion collections, as well as feature in brand campaigns.The 19-year old hip-hop artist from Atlanta, Georgia, has already collaborated with Urban Outfitters, Sprite, and Target, as he leads the growing millennial population with positivity and style. A loud and unique fashion-sense has made Lil Yachty a perfect sell for many companies that are looking for a face that will reach a wider audience.“We are excited to be collaborating with Lil Yachty this year. He is much more than just a music artist. He is a creative soul. His innate passion and affinity for the brand, fabulous taste level, and the way he looks in our clothes, make him the perfect partner for the Nautica brand,” said Karen Murray, President of Nautica, via press release.As a matter of fact, Lil Yachty (who also goes by Lil Boat) is equally as excited to be working with Nautica. He expressed interest in working with them since his rise to fame in 2016, and considering that wherever he goes he is drenched head to toe in nautical swag, the feelings in this relationship seem as reciprocal as they come.The two teamed up with Urban Outfitter’s late last year for a capsule collection, but with their first collaboration in 2017, the young rapper plans to pair some of Nautica’s heritage pieces with fashion must-haves in contemporary style — bright, bold and detailed. Some pieces to be on the lookout for are windbreakers, bomber jackets, polo shirts, and much more. Why Your Desk Chair Matters and the 9 Best Ones to Boost Your Productivity 14 Scandinavian Clothing Brands You Need to Know last_img read more

Boys basketball: Mark Morris 65, Ridgefield 35

first_img Tags The Columbian By signing up you are agreeing to our Privacy Policy and Terms of Service. Share: RIDGEFIELD — Carson Knight 2, Nick Jenkins 2, Isaac Aguirre 4, Ben Poppert 0, Josh Mansur 7, Stefan Vossenkuhl 6, Jordan Imai 0, Tyler Poorman 0, Logan Rossman 2, Matt Gama 8, James Corey 0, Curren Whitsitt 4. Totals 14 (3) 4-10 35.M.Morris 16 16 15 18–65Ridgefield 12 2 12 9–35JV — Mark Morris wonC — Ridgefield won. GO Ridgefield Spudders center_img Rarey Sommer scored 18 points, Jack Shipley added 16 and the Mark Morris boys basketball team beat Ridgefield in the regular-season finale for both teams.The visiting Monarchs (13-7, 9-3) outscored Ridgefield 16-2 in the second quarter to take a 32-14 lead. Mark Morris is the 2A Greater St. Helens League’s No. 2 seed to the district tournament.Ridgefield (11-9, 5-7) currently holds the last of the league’s four district berths. Washougal (8-11, 4-7) needs to beat league champion Columbia River on Wednesday to force a fourth-place tiebreaker.MARK MORRIS 65, RIDGEFIELD 35MARK MORRIS — Dawson Fritz 8, Kevin Wilbur 0, Brayden Harris 4, Garrett Ness 5, Cole Busch 0, Keoni Makaiwi 2, Reece Gibb 7, Rome Hendrickson 3, Jack Shipley 16, Thomas Sprague 2, Rarey Sommer 18. Totals 25 (3) 10-14 65. Boys basketball: Mark Morris 65, Ridgefield 35 Published: February 5, 2019, 9:50pm Receive latest stories and local news in your email: Share:last_img read more