When Sid Mashburn and his wife, Ann, opened their eponymous store in Atlanta in 2007, they started with a tailor and one other associate in a 3,000-square-foot space.
Considering that only 15 percent of family businesses are passed down to the second generation – and a fraction of those make it to the hands of the next – it’s remarkable that Hamilton Shirt Co. has a fourth at the helm.
There’s an adage about the difference between little league soccer and FIFA. It’s not about a certain level of talent, training, experience or endurance – it’s about a mentality of teamwork that embraces the critical nature of unique roles.
When it comes to his innate desire to explore, the modern man may be left feeling as if he’s arrived to the party a bit too late.
When Cameron Weiss looks at old family photos, he sees a young boy, standing near the edge of the frame, wearing a small plastic watch. In particular, he remembers that timepiece his aunt gave him – a Swatch covered in dinosaurs.
Summer is typically the time of year when we hit the road and cash in on hard-earned vacation time to retreat from our labor. But that wasn’t always the case.
A white 1990 Ford Econoline van with red and blue trim pulls into the parking lot.
Home. Is it defined by where you’re from or where you currently live? Is it the physical hall or the feet running through it?
The beach lifestyle – its sights, sounds, colors and culture – has been steadily woven into Mike Faherty’s life, so it seems fitting that he and his twin brother would create a clothing brand that reflects that endless summer experience.