Enyce Celebrates 10-Years

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"All of the stylists, costume designers, editors, retailers, buyers, sales staff, suppliers, celebrities, directors, producers and street teams who have been a part of our 10-Year progression from start-up to established sportswear brand will be invited to celebrate our spectacular milestone," said Chaka Wilson, Vice-President of Marketing.

The Enyce Clothing Company is celebrating its 10-Year anniversary in the fashion industry with a cocktail party on the opening night of their 10-Year Retrospective at Boylan Studios at 601 W. 26th St., in New York City from 7:00PM-10:00PM on April 19th.

They will present a comprehensive exhibit chronicling the evolution of one of the top sportswear brands from 1996-2006, featuring a video installation of archival footage, paintings, mannequins and photographs from past campaigns shot by Michael Lewis, Jerome Albertini, Dah Len and others. Giving back has always been an important element of the Enyce mission and with this in mind, a  silent auction will be held during the cocktail party with all proceeds benefiting The Door, a New York City charity that supports at-risk youth ages 12-21. The exhibition will be open to the public on April 20-21 from noon - 7PM.

Following the cocktail party, Enyce will host an after party at The Standard at 150 Varick Street. To show their appreciation, Enyce will honor a group of special individuals at the 10-Year Anniversary Party whose contributions have been instrumental to the longevity and growth of the Enyce brand. Enyce's influence in the fashion world would not have been possible without the support and efforts of these honorees. "All of the stylists, costume designers, editors, retailers, buyers, sales staff, suppliers, celebrities, directors, producers and street teams who have been a part of our 10-Year progression from start-up to established sportswear brand will be invited to celebrate our spectacular milestone," said Chaka Wilson,  Vice-President of Marketing. "It will be an evening to reminisce and give thanks to all who have been a part of our success." 

The Enyce—pronounced uh-NEE-chay—Clothing Company was founded in 1996 by  Tony Shellman, Evan Davis, and Lando Felix. Enyce, played on the phonetic spelling of N-Y-C and paid tribute to the brand's New York City roots. The  brand created a loyal following and a rare longevity that crosses age demographics in both men's and women's sportswear.

As a persistent leader among lifestyle brands, Enyce continues to endear while bringing a consistent product integrity to the market. Over the past decade, Enyce has expanded its distribution to over 15 countries throughout America, Europe and Asia. To learn more about the Enyce Clothing Company,  please visit our website at
www.enyce.com.

Founded in 1972, The Door
www.door.org provides a full range of integrated services at a single site, free of charge to any adolescent between the ages 12 and 21. With a special area of expertise in helping older youth who have failed in school and the City's younger at-risk youth, The Door's services include health care, education and career development, a broad range of arts programming, food and nutrition, legal assistance, and counseling.

The Door served approximately 8,000 low-income youth from all five boroughs during the last year alone. To learn more about The Door, please visit
http://www.door.org.

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