Published on September 23rd, 2019 | by Hype Editorial0
Ingasez Fashion Is Celebrating Their 4th Anniversary and The Birth of “Brooklyn Icon Collection”
Inga discovered her passion for the world of fashion and glamour in her early childhood years. She has perfected her craft creating the luxury brand “Ingasez” specializing in custom couture. Founded in April 2015 the brand launched its first collection, a luxury swimwear line labeled “Solstice by Inga” in 2017. The brand slowly developed into her distinctly namesake Mens T-shirt collection labeled “Brooklyn Icons” by IngaSez.
“Brooklyn Icons” by IngaSez is described as an upscale urban wear which represents icons. Whether you are a celebrity or just a well known individual representing your inner celebrity you will feel comfortable rocking the line. Their designer studio stone collection labeled “Icon Collection” are made out of high quality light weight fabric with precious crystals representing the logo/signature of the brand.
They simply create their concepts and promote them with the latest trends. The IngaSez brand has been worn by celebs such as Boxer, Zab Judah, Actor, Donald Faison, Producer, Kyron Hodges, Rapper Tekomin Benjamin Williams (Smif n Wessun) to name a few.
Their studio collections currently offers T-shirts for men, women and children. Look out for the kickoff of the upcoming fall and summer 2020 trends in urban wear which include joggers, sweaters, sweatsuits and spandex wear for women and men. There are lots of surprises in store from the luxury brand, IngaSez Fashion whom is currently preparing for her third runway show with the Art Hearts Fashion Show. This is where she will be showcasing the exclusive release of her new collection in 2020.
They currently have three T-shirt collections which includes their basic signature collection, glitter with outline icon collection, and their icon stone collection with no outline. They are heavily inspired by assigning a nonprofit charity to each T-shirt collection sold as part of their marketing campaign.
“It’s not a just a brand it’s a movement”