BK TALES | ACF + BKC POP SHOP Review [via Black Congolese]


As I passed through Queens while heading out to Newark for a private party/show for NJ Rebel’s Billlzegypt, I decided to stop by the Brooklyn Circus (BKc), a fine menswear company that specializes in designing clothing made with both vintage and timeless aesthetics, infusing “time-tested values of classic American craftsmanship, a love for urban tradition, vintage sensibilities, and an endless search for the timeless silhouette.” Established in 2006 by owner Ouigi Theodore, BKc is the organic product of the Haitian American pioneer’s vision for menswear, dedicating his work to provide consumers with quality and pristine merchandise that reflects his views on domestic product production and pride in Made In America ethos of American heritage enterprise. His visionary eye has lead the company to unprecedented heights of success with the help from a brilliant team of thinkers, leaders, and front runners of their communities, bringing to the “quaint” neighborhoods of Downtown Brooklyn a wide array of choice that provides new perspective on the classic yet dynamic collections of good taste and elegance in contemporary fashion. [Read article full article here]