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Swish Embassy Unicorn Madness For Boys

All You’re Boys Needs Some Epic Swish Embassy Unicorn Gear.

Swish Embassy formed because Dean, the company founder was annoyed at some of the corny, ill-fitting shirts sold by some boutiques. He declared that he could do better. His friends challenged him to prove it, and so he did.

With humble beginnings in a spare bedroom in Toronto, Swish Embassy started off making artisanal hand-pressed shirts. The concept took off and this bet quickly snowballed into quite a bit more… At a loss for space, Swish Embassy spilled into more rooms and then eventually a rented bachelor apartment next door. At some point in 2010, a decision was made to halt online sales because the “bet” had gotten out of hand and burnt out the intimate team of friends who worked on fulfilling every single order one at a time with the cuts, ink and burn marks to prove it.

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In 2014, Dean decided to revive Swish Embassy with a greater focus on scalability and the ability quickly respond to trends and pop culture. He sought out a number of industrial manufacturers who might be able to work on bringing Swish Embassy back to life. Moving forward, production would take place in the United States to take advantage of cheaper shipping costs and proximity to the bulk of customers.

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In September 2015, SwishEmbassy.com went live with just 25 products of which half were reused from its initial iteration. Within a year, Swish Embassy carried almost 18,000 possible products that could be produced and shipped within a few days anywhere in the world.

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Based out of New York, Stoffel finds himself exploring his wanderlust frequently to garner inspiration. His travels have taken him to China, Laos, Taiwan, and Hawaii, which have all resulted in NYC exhibitions. Stoffel’s accomplished photography has also been featured in many outlets including the New York Times, Huffington Post, Vanity Fair, and Hawaiian Airlines Magazines.

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