[Taken from the FTK Website]
“Feed The Kids started from two regular guys(Joe And Cue) that always had dreams of being successful, but they never wanted to work a regular 9 to 5’ for the rest of their lives. So one day, they were talking and one of them said, “Yo’ I want to start a sneaker boutique and I want to draw me a logo.” Of cores his friend did it. A little time passed and he started coping sneakers trying to sell them on ebay and get his money up so he could re-invest in his boutique, but I guess the they weren’t moving as fast as he anticipated so he scrapped that idea. About two weeks after the sneaker business folded he called his friend again and was like, “ Yo’ forget the sneakers let’s start a clothing line instead,” and that was the no brainer because since they were teens they’ve been heavy into fashion and have always flirted with the idea of having their own brand. So after struggles in the beginning of wack and cliché designs that they wouldn’t wear themselves, and trying to find and identity eventually they got better at it and believed they could actually be successful. They created a logo that the both of them couldn’t deny, and after a million name changes they finally came up with one that suited what they were trying to accomplish and in 2008 Feed The Kids was born.
Feed the kids is a brand that represents struggle, freedom, fun, controversy, just everything thing that streetwear is. We as a brand do this from the heart we don’t try to follow rules or standards we just do what feels right to us. The name “Feed The Kids” means that we the kids(Culture) with a dope product that the people will love.”
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