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Dope Couture Matte Fields, founder himself admits in the garment industry got chance. However, the incredible success of Dope Couture activities that cause greatly to doubt. The story begins not so long ago – in 2007 Matte Fields was still studying in Indiana University. Once Matte saw his hero Jay-Z t-shirt. To see an unknown brand shirt just stuck Matte memory. The effort to find it on the Internet, in what was the shirt ended creating the Dope Couture.At first the guy just its creators design t-shirts and selling them in stores. All activities started to get really serious in 2008 when Dope Couture agreed to help renowned performer and producer Lupe Fiasco. Matte does not hide that everything about fashion, style, clothing production had to learn myself. For the first time it occurred, when it came to the store to offer products, Matte even did not think that the owner may request line directory.


However, the knowledge and understanding of it and review it to see the company be drawn up stylish products.Dope Culture distinguished by the fact that although this is a street-style clothing brand,it e has the luxury, exclusivity and of course quality. Few manufacturers can be proud that their products is not from China, and are amde  in Los Angeles whic is extremely expensive.

Another feature - innovation and desire to provide only fully finished products. Thats why each collection is prepared very carefully, in no hurry to spend more collection in the shortest possible time. In a relatively very short period of time knowledge of Dope Culture spread so fast and so well that the company clothes are worn by celebrities such as Wiz Khalifa, Mac Miller, Diddy, Kendrick Lamar, Justin Bieber, or Jay-Z said. Already guess perform and exclusive collaborations with Garissa names. Future collections of the most famous description of fashion and style blogs. Matte himself still can not believe that so quickly DopeCulture became part of street style and has been aligned with such manufacturers as Supreme, Diamond Supply and The Hundreds.

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