Summary: For the month of April only, Seattle-based "artisanal designer" Gibran Hamdan, whose Alial Fital menswear tag line is “Stand Apart,” launched his 2015 Masters Inspired Collection of limited edition high-style polo shirts in honor of the Augusta National that is currently in full swing.
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"The 2013 Masters Collection sold out incredibly,” said Hamdan. "Alial Fital was sponsoring golf pro Bo Van Pelt who wore the shirts in the PGA Tour.”
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"I had to toe the line between upholding the tradition that is Augusta National yet interject my Alial Fital perspective and uniqueness,” explained Hamdan. “I drew inspiration from styles that ranged from Michael Jordan's game-winning jumper for North Carolina to a James Bond tuxedo. Then blended them into a cohesive unit.”
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“Our vertically integrated American Made production allows us to offer limited editions,” said Hamdan. “The customer gets a one-of-a-kind look, and it never lets me get bored or rest on my laurels.”
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Hamdan decided not to take the usual sportscaster route when he retired from football; and instead sat down at his wife’s sewing machine with his head brimming with ideas—and taught himself to sew. He shrugs off the Fashion Designer job description, preferring “Artisanal Designer.”
Dictionary.com defines artisanal as Pertaining to or noting a high-quality or distinctive product made in small quantities, usually by hand or using traditional methods.
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“One man bought 75 at one time,” Hamdan said. “These designs are not for everybody. The Stand Apart Movement is not about sticking out, it’s about standing out.”
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