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George Moss

"Gmoss Seek Eternal Purpose". The tagline was made to encourage people to work hard, use their talents and also seek their eternal purpose.

Gmoss Designs by George Moss created an urban hip hop/comic book art/anime cartoon influenced line of shirts, polos, jackets, caps, beanies, messenger bags, and printed artwork geared towards youth, young adults, and young at heart adults.

George has been drawing since the age of six years old. He is a graduate of Hollywood Christian High School in Hollywood, Florida where he was selected and attended the national youth leaders conference in Washington, DC.
Moss graduated with honors from International Fine Arts College which is now know as Miami International University of Art & Design, where he was selected for Whose Who Among Junior Colleges. After graduating from college, George found a part-time job doing customer service/clerical work at a tax agency and doing freelance graphic design work on the side.

In 1999, George began working as a Technical Clothing Illustrator at one the best designing companies in Miami, Florida. This experience shaped his drawing skills and his character. He believes it was one of the most challenging and best experiences he ever had in his life. He then grew in his career to become an assistant technical designer. George believes that God always brought friends/mentors in his path to help him get to the next level in the fashion industry.

Designer Facts:
If I could bring back any fashion trend, it would be Throwback football and basketball Jerseys.


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I loved Taraji P. Henson as well. She looked flawless from head to toe. I also liked Jaimie Alexander, it was different and fun. What was Heidi thinking? Her dress was definitely my least favorite.
Hey what was your favorite and least favorite dresses from the Emmy's? One of my favorites was Taraji P. Henson and I'm sorry but Heidi Klum's dress was a hot mess!
And if you really want to be dapper in your suit, match the tie to a handkerchief. Your shirt can also be a bold color or print. Have fun with your outfits!
I think the tie is the one place the man can show some individuality and style, so I would say go ahead an wear vibrant colors or fun, funky prints, whatever. I think it would be fun!

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