Falltini 2010 was the perfect event to showcase a growing business and promote anything that will catch the attention of future buyers. Kenny Borg was doing just that. The twenty-one year old business entrepreneurship major at Fresno State University is the proud owner and creator of Wallstreet Clothing. A clothing company he started himself back in high school and now has founded another thriving business called Decade screen-printing last summer. Born and raised in Long Beach, Ca, Borg came to Fresno to play football but that quickly changed when he tore a ligament in his knee for a second time. After realizing football was not in his future, Borg decided to turn all his attention toward his businesses. Graduating in May, he always thought he would return to Long Beach to meet higher opportunities for jobs but now with two growing businesses, Borg plans on staying in the Fresno area. He currently is doing various promotional branding for his companies and making plenty of networking connections that are too valuable to leave behind. Along with being in the mentor program at CSUF, his client list at his screen-printing company has jumped from 10 to 28.
I got the chance to meet Kenny at Falltini while taking a look through some of his t-shirts and jackets, created for both women and men. He was very interested on meeting new people and his booth looked very professional with a huge fan base surrounding the area. I chatted with him only for a little while, talking about the endeavor of his clothing company and that “he really appreciates any support he can get” so here I am writing this article in lieu of giving his clothing company the credit it deserves,
Wallstreet Clohing, however, has a deeper meaner than any clothing brand I have heard of. One of the main goals is to help people gain knowledge from the things they wear. Our designs aim to have a deeper meaning and take inspiration from historical events of the past that have shaped and will continue to shape our future, stemming from MCMXXIX (1929) and the changes that sprung from the Great Depression.
An interesting new concept to the world of fashion but is definitely a great way to intrigue young adults, who are always looking for the next big thing to wear. Wallstreet Clothing is street wear meets edginess with great design patterns and mix of cultural influence. The company sells its casual clothing online at http://mcmxxix.com/ at very reasonable prices. Check out the online store for Wallstreet’s collections and you could be wearing the fashion of the future.