Jamar Latin, also known as X, is a 19-year-old clothing designer and entrepreneur. He has recently launched a luxury clothing line titled, "Label X". X is quoted to be the next Virgil Abloh, the creative director behind popular high-end brand OFF WHITE. His brand LABEL X is even attracting the attention of many Hip Hop stars like G Herbo & Coca Vango. Label X is available exclusively at labelx.us.
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Jamar "X" Latin is a 19-year-old African American designer from Houston, Texas who started his path in a garage and now has moved to Atlanta, Georgia. Label X is a luxury fashion house built from the ground up by X himself. X has created the Label X Institution which is an altered time of present and future. He brought his first collection to life by creating a story displaying his uprising in the fashion industry and how he fell in love with the art of fashion itself. Label X is where lives are changed and the masses are awed by the genuine artistic details seen throughout X's Fashion.
"Label X came about when I became fascinated with sewing. I am a self taught seamstress and I fell in love with everything to do with fashion design. I see my brand being sought after by my favorite celebrities. Establishing myself in the fashion industry as a trend-setter and growing the brand awareness in Atlanta which is where Label X is based now," X says.
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