Indianapolis Photographer Launches First Lifestyle and Street Wear Brand of Apparel for Photographers.
Indianapolis, IN (February 9th, 2015) – CLICKGEARCLOTHING ltd is happy to announce the launch collection of the first lifestyle apparel and clothing brand for photographers created by photographers.
Photographers around the world now have access to the highest quality lifestyle and street apparel. With its official launch on Valentine’s day (2-14-2015) CLICKGEARCLOTHING will be offering T-shirts, hoodies, Hats, and Beanies in its initial collection.
Founded by photographer Michael Anthony, CLICKGEARCLOTHING ltd is the first and only apparel brand with what photographers wear in mind.
“After years of searching for a great photography shirt to wear I kept coming up short of anything that I would ever consider quality. As photographers, many of us photograph hundreds of brands of clothing every year and until now we have never had an option for quality apparel for ourselves. Dead are the days of “I flash people” and boring gimmicky shirts.” Says Anthony
Customers will have access to the initial launch collection at www.CLICKGEARCLOTHING.com and be able to sign up for special offers, early releases, and special edition clothing. Some photographers may even become sponsored by CLICKGEARCLOTHING ltd.
With photographers in mind behind everything that CLICKGEARCLOTHING ltd creates, customers will have access to an expanding product line including dresses, shorts, swimwear, and sunglasses in the near future.
Andy: As someone that is a photographer, owns a photography related business and also really likes t-shirts, this intrigued me. I am seeing a lot of hearts but I must admit I’m not really getting the idea behind it and I can’t see it explained anywhere on the site, so that could do with being made clearer. It’s not a big deal, but there are other clothing companies out there based on photography, and cool ones too (not the cringe-inducing gimmick shirts they mention). I don’t want to be too negative, there are plenty of things to like here, I just don’t think that their photography angle is coming across enough on the public side of things.