Chrome Hearts is an online clothing store aimed at men. Its brand includes high-end apparel, including high-quality cashmere knitwear and tour gear for the Rolling Stones. The brand has invested in cashmere focused brands, such as The Elder Statesman. It has also purchased real estate in Malibu, California.
Chrome Hearts is an online clothing store for men
Chrome Hearts is a fashion label whose clothes and accessories are designed for both men and women. Their clothing is designed for a variety of occasions and they feature bright colors that will surely turn heads. The line includes everything from work dresses to sparkly scarves. Chrome Hearts’ clothing is suitable for both men and women and offers a variety of stylish and affordable options.
Chrome Hearts is a brand that has been around for over 30 years and is well-known in the fashion industry. Although it does not have a permanent online store, its one-off projects have earned it a spot in the hearts of many.
Chrome Hearts invests in cashmere-focused knitwear brand The Elder Statesman
A Los Angeles-based handcrafter has invested in cashmere-focused knitwear label The Elder Statesman. The investment is both strategic and personal for Chrome Hearts. The company had been mentoring Chait since he won the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund in 2012.
Chrome Hearts is a family-run business with a 150-year history. The company’s clientele has expanded across Asia and the U.S. and is sold in a variety of retail outlets, including Bergdorf Goodman. It is also distributed through six independent retailers, including Hirshleifers in Boston, Nuages in Aspen, and Maxfield in L.A.
Chrome Hearts invests in real estate in Malibu
Chrome Hearts is an iconic brand in Los Angeles, with a massive retail footprint and a diverse clientele. Its focus on craft, rather than following the fashion calendar, has allowed it to avoid the trappings of online shopping and is now doubling down on brick-and-mortar retail. The brand plans to open multiple flagships and department store shop-in-shops over the next year.
Chrome Hearts was started by Richard Stark, an entrepreneur who was already selling accessories to rock stars and bikers. He was even riding his Harley around town to see if any of the famous people would buy the brand.
Chrome Hearts offers custom tour gear for the Rolling Stones
Los Angeles-based fashion and accessories brand Chrome Hearts has launched a new collection in honor of the Rolling Stones. The collection features the iconic band’s “Tongue and Lips” logo and features customized biker jackets, hoodies, shirts, pants and other accessories. The pieces range in price from $450 USD to $203,000 USD and are currently available through select stockists.
Chrome Hearts opened its first boutique in 1996, and today has 28 stores globally. The company prides itself on its unique, top to bottom interior design. Chrome Hearts offers jewelry, sunglasses, clothing, and accessories, as well as home goods and furniture. Its products are crafted with attention to detail and made in the United States.