Media contact:
Rakia Reynolds
Skai Blue Media
BKc@skaibluemedia.com
215.625.7989

41 Responses to Media Contact

  1. As a new brand we are looking for a tailored look for black & white t-shirts. As well as accessories to compliment the t-shirts we want to attract a more commercial market of buyers & supporters. We have our summer collection designed they will be pressed up in the next few weeks, as well as our labels. A simple floral fabric will be sewn on to our t-shirts to represent the brightness and drive for creativity. We really need some more guidance as a brand, as far as budget it really depends on what it is. I’ve seen the bk circus evolve from a nice t-shirt co to an on going legacy. We really would love to follow that path as well.

    • three words. Brooklyn Circus kids. Please! (wait that’s four. Either way, baby and toddler line on the way?)

    • When The Bearded Man has The little Bearded Baby

  2. I love BKc I just really wish we could bring the designs to Kentucky!

  3. I presume this really isn’t the right spot for this but i was just wondering do you guys offer internships or small jobs in like the bottom of you company where its possible to work upward. i love the visions you guys have with clothing and how your bring it about and i would like to do something similar to this one day in my life. I was and still am attracted to the basic street wear but in the past year feel like its to childish now and the way you guys do it i feel is like the gown man version. thanks

  4. Hey, I’m a musician. I would like to work with BKc I love the brand,and all you stand for. I am shooting a video in N.Y. (where I’m from) I was hoping you guys could make a cameo,or that I could borrow the burgundy varsity jacket for the video(I LOVE THAT VARSITY). You can hear my music at http://dxts.bandcamp.com/ It’s also on iTunes,just search Dxts. Tell me how we can work together.
    - Oswald Thomas

  5. (sort of ironic that the anti-spam word was “dan”)

    anyways… Greetings BKc. My name is Townsend Smith and I work for Dan over at thestyleblogger.com. We are interested in doing an online collaboration/photo-shoot/story with you and were wondering the best address to reach you at. Looking forward to hearing back from you!

    Thanks,

    Townsend Smith

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    > I love your company and am an aspiring stylist trying to build tears for my portfolio. I would be interested in working on your next lookbook. Below is my resume and link to my blog. Hope to hear from you soon.
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    > Assisting multiple stylists as a 1st or 2nd with sample inventory, pulls, pick ups and returns and serving as a liaison with PR clients from Prada, D&G, Dolce and Gabbana,Givenchy,YSL,Calvin Klein, Dior, Louis Vuitton,Alexis Bittar,Tous,Bulgari,Matthew Williamson, Marc Jacobs, DKNY, Philip Lim, All Saints and multi-line showrooms such as PR Consulting,Seventh House, MAO showroom for editorial and commercial shoots for Conde Nast’s Tatler Russia,UK Grazia Magazine, Reed Krakoff and LVMH. Assisting with prep before a shoot, steaming garments,model fittings, and preparing a credits list of the designers. Keeping the work space neat and organized and being a second eye for styling details for the photographer and stylist.
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    > Traveling to the stores in the Manhattan area (42nd st, 34th st, 14th, Soho and 5th ave) setting the windows and interior mannequin trends. Using inDesign to create layouts for inspiration for the store merchandisers. Organizing clear merchandising stories for the customers by trend and colors.
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    > Forever21 Times Square Flagship Store
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    > June 2010 – December 2010 Corporate Stylist New York, NY
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    > Creative window and indoor mannequin stylist. Inspiration walking the streets of New York to create new concepts for the company’s merchandising. Specializing in a more mature look for the brand’s female customer and Men’s outfitting. I also have traveled to the other 3 NYC locations in Soho, Herald Square and Union Square to execute mannequin styling on trend.
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    > Assisting corporate photo shoots with stylist Sabina Schreder for global window and in store mannequin styling direction. Setting up monthly window display changes and the +J launch along side Jil Sander. Working side by side with merchandisers to insure mannequins on floor are representing the brand.
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    > Partnering with the General Manager and the Merchandising Manager in floors sets, top shelf displays and mannequin styling for windows and in store. Depending on the flow of the merchandise and concept book, creativity is needed to elevate the shopping experience.
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    Learning everything there is to know about fashion

  7. Cool products.

  8. Can I please have your marketing departments email address?

  9. Got some ideas for us for a nice collabo..

    let me know..

    I

  10. Dear Kathy,

    I work for Portnezo. We specialiaze in making custom “made to order” iPad cases, Kindle cases, skins for iPads, iPhones, Macbook Air, along with other cool things. We would love to do business with you and be a part of your company. Please contact me back if your interested. Attached are some pictures of a few of our cases. Feel free to check us out at Portenzo on Facebook or at http://www.portenzo.com. I appreciate you taking the time to read this. I look forward to talking with you soon.

    Thanks,

    Brittany Patzius

    Brittany@portenzo.com
    http://www.portenzo.com

    http://youtu.be/E5F3VEx07bk

  11. Hi, I’m a student at IADT Nashville for my Associates degree in Fashion design and merchandising. I am doing a paper on Ouiji Theodore and I was wondering if there was any way that I could ask him a few questions. Thanks in advance

  12. I enjoyed see how you added vintage wood hangers to display your brand. It’s those added touches which enrich the quality of the brand.
    Best Wishes!

  13. Hey just wanted to let you guys know I love your style and the clothes you sell! I can’t wait to visit soon from Canada and check out the shop. Any suggestions for a good spot for a great barber haircut and low key restaurants. Thanks

  14. have you ever used acrobats/circus performers as models for your label? …

  15. I like to join your site and to buy some products.
    but I don’t know how to register my account.
    I’ll wait for your reply.

    have a nice day~

  16. I just wanted to stop by and say how much I appreciate your brand. Especially how you merge an appreciation for history, fine arts, and street style all together. Since I have started following this company I can say I have become a bit more comfortable with myself as an individual. It’s always refreshing their are people like me who wish not to conform to societal trends and mediocrity. Your brand promotes taking ownership of your personal appearance and your interaction with others. I am a Social Work major and I have an understanding of how personal appearance influences human interaction. Style often times communicates an individuals feelings, station, and their overall convictions in life. So as I said, I truly appreciate The Brooklyn Circus’ stance in American culture.

    • Thanks for the kind words Phillup, all the best to you and your social work interest. I guess you can say we are social workers as well huh?

  17. Great guys!

    greetins from chile!

  18. Hello:

    Firstly, allow me to introduce myself. My name is Kendrew A. Heriveaux and I am a opera singer and a classical concert performer based here in New York. I have performed all over the world with various world renowned performance groups and production companies. Recently, I have been working on re-branding myself as a bespoke artist in my field. This goes beyond my performance and also entails my appearance. I admire your pieces and the vibrancy and youth that make them stand out from other companies. In my field, the dress is more conservative and often times requires something tailored, and what I have admired about your pieces is the attention to detail and the expert tailoring. I am writing to ask if it would be possible for your company to assist me in my re-branding endeavour by allowing me to use your suits, haberdasheries and possibly a tuxedo for my PR photo shoot which includes photos for my website, Facebook, Twitter and TV and live public performances. Naturally you would be credited wherever your pieces are used. While I would rather be dressed in your suits for my performances, I do understand what a huge commitment that is, and it may be something we can look into. I would very much appreciate any assistance you can provide. Feel free to contact me at via email at kendrew@kendrewamir.com or via phone at either 716.771.2647 or 347.557.6145, anytime. Once again thank you.

    Best regards,

    Kendrew A. Heriveaux
    716.771.2647 Mobile
    kendrew@kendrewamir.com
    Kendrew A. Heriveaux::Baritone Official Website
    Facebook – http://www.facebook.com/kaheriveaux
    Twitter – twitter.com/kaheriveaux

  19. Hi guys I am just wanting to know what size is the guy with the big beard wearing for BKc “Green Mile” Shawl cardigan, I am 5’6 and not sure if a medium would do me. Thanks

  20. I met Eric and another person (sorry, don’t remember his name) a couple of weeks ago when my wife and I visited the SF store. I’m the guy who did the Website for Ebbets Field Flannels. Owner Jerry Cohen mentioned Brooklyn Circus to me as an especially smart brand that sells EFF caps, so I was delighted when we happened upon the store. One of the people there mentioned he was coming to Seattle in Jan. and was looking for some restaurant ideas. I have several additional to those I mentioned and also a connection to a friend in East Bay who is selling his entire collection of memorabilia. I have several of his pieces and can send a photo or two if you might be interested in connecting with the seller. Take care! Tyler Cartier

    • Thanks for the kind words Tyler. We’d love to get in touch with the collector, check your box, We emailed you.

  21. Hi my name is alberto I’m from vancouver bc and I am in the process of opening up a boutique style clothing store in the downtown area. I was recently in la and made it out the BKC in San Fran and fell in love with the brand. In vancouver there isn’t many clothing stores carry BKC and we would b honoured and love to bring BKC to vancouver. We know with our clientele that BKC will fly off the shelves. If you could email me back in the steps to take to make this possible it would be very appreciated. Thanks for ur time.

  22. any chance or Re-stocking the Black Bomber Varsity Jacket Size Large?

    Thanks

  23. I am very interested in your brand.

    Please let me know a Japanese distributor.

    Thanks.

    Daisuke Kohno

    • Speak the guys at Green Angle in Tokyo and they will put you in touch with our Japanese distributor. Ask for Hiroto.

  24. Ouigi its your brother i want to no what can I do to become a model for your design I really really love your style and it will be awesome to model your design. We met last week at the Apollo theater for the HFR and we shook hands I hope you still remember anyway I hope to hear from you thanks

  25. Hello
    My name is Gustavo, I am Brazilian and I am working to open my shop in the city of Curitiba (Paraná, Brazil) and would like to bring to Brazil BKC and resell in my store. I wonder what the procedure of your company to resellers.

    thank you

  26. Hi i love the movement and message your clothing line is do in the U.S , Japan and Sweden . I have been a fan of yours line of year and i wonder why you not in the United Kingdom i have look for your clothes in the U.K. There is no where i can find u clothes in the U.K only on ebay and they only thing is one t-shirt. My name is Patric Adams i work for a retail company in the United Kingdom and i will like to bring you Clothing Line to the U.K . Over here in the U.K they will love you Clothing items. I have the contacts in retail all over the hot shops in the U.K and parts of Europe like Germany , Holland , France , Spain and Ibiza a party Island in spain to promoter your Clothing line. You can contact me on 07587725881 , 07415606923 my mobile phones or 02073852238. Thanks Please get in touch PATRIC ADAMS

  27. Hello i would like to know will there be new varsities this fall/winter? or any of the old ones ? any would be fine

  28. I was just at the SF shop last week and enjoyed the experience. I think your brand is really strong and would like to see it all over. I found out about the company in college and computer stickers, posters, pins/buttons, etc. would be a great way to get further brand recognition. Keep up the good work!

  29. The media culture blog doperepertoire.com would like to feature Brooklyn Circus NYC in an upcoming style feature. If interested please contact. Contact information attached.

    Thanks,

  30. Hi, I was wondering if the BK Bomber/ The Black Ivy Varsity is still available or in stock. I barely found out about this amazing brand and I have been searching for the perfect black on black jacket and I would love to end my search with you. If none are in stock is their anyway I can request for one? Its a shame that I am a year late but I would really love to get my body into one of those jackets! Please feel free to email me with answers anytime.

  31. Hey i’m just a fan with the assumption of possessing the characteristics that you guys stated that you are looking for. It does not get any more authentic with you guys and your accomplishments, your brand and the team behind it, and of course the “Give an Individual the smooth and confident appearance” that your style and designs are capable of. I actually went to High School with Bevin and to see him a part of your Campaign add to my interest. To get to my point for this post its to just simply make a suggestion. I was wondering if you guys ever thought of joining with JackThreads, they are getting significantly more common in households opposed to when they first started. These guys get a lot of exposure and do a lot of commercializing. Reason I was against this idea was that if the brand (your Brand) does become more common in urban and other societies I would lose that edge of being one of the many few that can acknowledge the brand off first sight, but its not about me the idea was based on extra exposure for the movement even though i know you guys have several collaborations of your own.

  32. Namaste BKc!!!

    I’m a Brooklyn College journalism student residing in the Fort Greene area of Brooklyn. I told a friend, loyal customer, and advocate of BKc about my search for a Brooklyn based business to document for a 7-10 minute short. He was very enthusiastic about your business and suggested I get in touch with you. I did a little research, and so far, I love what I see. I would document life with BKc over the next 2 weeks and follow some staff around BK and at the store, interview employees and customers etc. I’ll have a team of 2 other people, and there would be one camera (and some lighting equipment). NOTE: I will film this short documentary for your business completely free of charge in exchange for your time. Furthermore, I would not do anything or publish anything you were not absolutely comfortable with. Please let me know if you’re interested (preferably some time this week). I’ll make sure to reach out and call you.

    Thank you so much for the consideration, and for everything you do to add flavor to BK (and SF!),
    Liliane L.

    REACH ME AT: lilieleprevost@gmail.com

  33. is the red vest, like the one Christylez wears available to order? or one that’s cut longer for we ladies? thank you thank you!

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