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MY VOICE
MY POWER

As a part of Black History Month, FILA will be supporting UNCF with a contribution to ensure that more students of color are able to get to and through college.

UNCF, the United Negro College Fund, is an American philanthropic organization that funds scholarships for black students and general scholarship funds for 37 private historically black colleges and universities.

UNCF is the country’s largest and most effective minority education organization, and helps students get the college education they need, and that we as a nation need them to have.

COLLECTION INSPIRATION

HUNT HOODIE & RHYS JOGGER

Luxe pullover featuring a three-piece hood for enhanced stability. Lap V allows the hood to sit higher, stand taller - so you do, too.

COLLECTION THEMES

TITUS JACKET & TAGG PANT

Vibrant ethno-centric pieces display under a translucent panel for a subtle look.

WE ARE
STRONGER TOGETHER

RADDIX VARSITY JACKET

An iconic style and silhouette, reimagined so everyone is a part of the club. Featuring wool leather + chenille patches for eye-catching detail.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION:

FEATURED COMMUNITY CREATORS

NIJA CHARLES

At only the age of 23, prolific Songwriter and Record Producer, Nija Charles has already contributed her talents towards 12 Grammy nominations, two number 1’s on Billboard Hot 100, and has also landed a spot on Forbes' '30 Under 30' list. Her work with artists such as Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Ariana Grande, Post Malone, Meek Mill, Travis Scott, 21 Savage, Chris Brown, and Drake, has secured her position as a creative powerhouse and tastemaker within the culture.

GIANNI LEE

Gianni Lee, a multidisciplinary Visual Artist, has honed two distinct styles inhabiting tastes on different sides of the artistic plane - the worlds of Fine Art and Street Art. While his colorful skeletal figures with intricate compositions are a signature in the public art space he uses his work on the other side of the spectrum to explore the technological, political, social, and racial climate in America. All while depicting the plight of black people.

“My subject matter is based on an ongoing story with real characters that I created,” says Gianni. “I decontextualize, reconstruct and regurgitate everything i see and feel on the canvas based on concepts, motifs and issues that mirror society. I make sure to explore the technological, political, social and racial climate in America while painting a post-apocalyptic and futuristic landscape.”

Lee lives and works in New York and Los Angeles.

DJALI ALESSANDRA BROWN-CEPEDA

A second-generation Dominican-American native and New Yorker hailing from Inwood, Manhattan and the Soundview section of The Bronx, Djali Alessandra Brown-Cepeda is a filmmaker, racial justice advocate, and archivist. Djali is the founder and curator of Nuevayorkinos (est. February 2019) and BLK THEN (est. December 2020) ,a digital archives project dedicated to documenting and preserving New York City Latinx and Black culture through family photographs and stories, respectively.

Centering the People in everything she does, Djali is committed to organizing and mobilizing within communities of color. In September 2020, Djali and her partner organized their first Back to School Drive, in which they raised proceeds to provide 500 backpacks filled with school supplies for Black and Brown children in Bushwick Brooklyn. In December 2020, they organized their first Power to the People! Drive. Inspired by Black and Brown freedom fighters of yesteryear, Djali led the initiative, along with Zenat Begum, founder of Playground Coffee, and distributed 200+ bags of free produce, hundreds of books, winter wear items, and wellness products to Black and Brown folk in Bed-Stuy and Bushwick, Brooklyn.

A literacy and politics enthusiast, Djali started Djali’s Book Club, dedicated to sharing books on BIPOC liberation, race, politics, and social justice, and was a Voto Latino Electoral Partner leading up to the 2020 presidential election cycle.

Djali is currently working on several projects and is on the journey toward obtaining her Masters in Criminal Justice, with a dual concentration in Criminal Law and Policing. She currently resides in her native New York.

 

MARC FARRELL

 

Marc Farrell is a proud Trinidadian and the Founder + CEO of Ten To One Rum. Marc’s unique combination of the Caribbean culture and the U.S. consumer market, have propelled him to help elevate the conversation around rum, and bring an inspired new product to market. An extroverted “Cheerleader in Chief” with a passion for storytelling and engaging consumers, Marc’s varied responsibilities include developing the brand voice, building a dynamic team, product development, strategy, marketing and sales. Throughout his career, Farrell dreamed of creating a product that genuinely reflected himself and his Caribbean DNA.

EXPLORE THE COLLECTION

Raddix Varsity Jacket

Hunt Hoodie

Titus Jacket

Ryland Tee

As a part of Black History Month, FILA will be supporting UNCF with a contribution to ensure that more students of color are able to get to and through college.

MY VOICE
MY POWER

As a part of Black History Month, FILA will be supporting UNCF with a contribution to ensure that more students of color are able to get to and through college.

UNCF, the United Negro College Fund, is an American philanthropic organization that funds scholarships for black students and general scholarship funds for 37 private historically black colleges and universities.

UNCF is the country’s largest and most effective minority education organization, and helps students get the college education they need, and that we as a nation need them to have.

COLLECTION INSPIRATION

HUNT HOODIE & RHYS JOGGER

Luxe pullover featuring a three-piece hood for enhanced substantiality. Lap V allows the hood to sit higher, stand taller - so you do, too.

COLLECTION THEMES

TITUS JACKET & TAGG PANT

Vibrant ethno-centric pieces display under a translucent panel for a subtle look.

WE ARE
STRONGER TOGETHER

RADDIX VARSITY JACKET

An iconic style and silhouette, reimagined so everyone is a part of the club. Featuring wool leather + chenille patches for eye-catching detail.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION:

FEATURED COMMUNITY CREATORS

NIJA CHARLES

 

At only the age of 23, prolific Songwriter and Record Producer, Nija Charles has already contributed her talents towards 12 Grammy nominations, two number 1’s on Billboard Hot 100, and has also landed a spot on Forbes' '30 Under 30' list. Her work with artists such as Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Ariana Grande, Post Malone, Meek Mill, Travis Scott, 21 Savage, Chris Brown, and Drake, has secured her position as a creative powerhouse and tastemaker within the culture.

GIANNI LEE

Gianni Lee, a multidisciplinary Visual Artist, has honed two distinct styles inhabiting tastes on different sides of the artistic plane - the worlds of Fine Art and Street Art. While his colorful skeletal figures with intricate compositions are a signature in the public art space he uses his work on the other side of the spectrum to explore the technological, political, social, and racial climate in America. All while depicting the plight of black people.

“My subject matter is based on an ongoing story with real characters that I created,” says Gianni. “I decontextualize, reconstruct and regurgitate everything i see and feel on the canvas based on concepts, motifs and issues that mirror society. I make sure to explore the technological, political, social and racial climate in America while painting a post-apocalyptic and futuristic landscape.”

Lee lives and works in New York and Los Angeles.

DJALI ALESSANDRA BROWN-CEPEDA

A second-generation Dominican-American native and New Yorker hailing from Inwood, Manhattan and the Soundview section of The Bronx, Djali Alessandra Brown-Cepeda is a filmmaker, racial justice advocate, and archivist. Djali is the founder and curator of Nuevayorkinos (est. February 2019) and BLK THEN (est. December 2020) ,a digital archives project dedicated to documenting and preserving New York City Latinx and Black culture through family photographs and stories, respectively.

Centering the People in everything she does, Djali is committed to organizing and mobilizing within communities of color. In September 2020, Djali and her partner organized their first Back to School Drive, in which they raised proceeds to provide 500 backpacks filled with school supplies for Black and Brown children in Bushwick Brooklyn. In December 2020, they organized their first Power to the People! Drive. Inspired by Black and Brown freedom fighters of yesteryear, Djali led the initiative, along with Zenat Begum, founder of Playground Coffee, and distributed 200+ bags of free produce, hundreds of books, winter wear items, and wellness products to Black and Brown folk in Bed-Stuy and Bushwick, Brooklyn.

A literacy and politics enthusiast, Djali started Djali’s Book Club, dedicated to sharing books on BIPOC liberation, race, politics, and social justice, and was a Voto Latino Electoral Partner leading up to the 2020 presidential election cycle.

Djali is currently working on several projects and is on the journey toward obtaining her Masters in Criminal Justice, with a dual concentration in Criminal Law and Policing. She currently resides in her native New York.



MARC FARRELL

 

Marc Farrell is a proud Trinidadian and the Founder + CEO of Ten To One Rum. Marc’s unique combination of the Caribbean culture and the U.S. consumer market, have propelled him to help elevate the conversation around rum, and bring an inspired new product to market. An extroverted “Cheerleader in Chief” with a passion for storytelling and engaging consumers, Marc’s varied responsibilities include developing the brand voice, building a dynamic team, product development, strategy, marketing and sales. Throughout his career, Farrell dreamed of creating a product that genuinely reflected himself and his Caribbean DNA.

EXPLORE THE COLLECTION

Raddix Varsity Jacket

Hunt Hoodie

Titus Jacket

Ryland Tee

As a part of Black History Month, FILA will be supporting UNCF with a contribution to ensure that more students of color are able to get to and through college.

MY VOICE
MY POWER

As a part of Black History Month, FILA will be supporting UNCF with a contribution to ensure that more students of color are able to get to and through college.

UNCF, the United Negro College Fund, is an American philanthropic organization that funds scholarships for black students and general scholarship funds for 37 private historically black colleges and universities.

UNCF is the country’s largest and most effective minority education organization, and helps students get the college education they need, and that we as a nation need them to have.

COLLECTION

INSPIRATION

HUNT HOODIE & RHYS JOGGER

Luxe pullover featuring a three-piece hood for enhanced substantiality. Lap V allows the hood to sit higher, stand taller - so you do, too.

COLLECTION THEMES

TITUS JACKET & TAGG PANT

Vibrant ethno-centric pieces display under a translucent panel for a subtle look.

WE ARE
STRONGER TOGETHER

RADDIX VARSITY JACKET

An iconic style and silhouette, reimagined so everyone is a part of the club. Featuring wool leather + chenille patches for eye-catching detail.

BLACK HISTORY MONTH CELEBRATION:

FEATURED COMMUNITY CREATORS

NIJA CHARLES

 

At only the age of 23, prolific Songwriter and Record Producer, Nija Charles has already contributed her talents towards 12 Grammy nominations, two number 1’s on Billboard Hot 100, and has also landed a spot on Forbes' '30 Under 30' list. Her work with artists such as Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Ariana Grande, Post Malone, Meek Mill, Travis Scott, 21 Savage, Chris Brown, and Drake, has secured her position as a creative powerhouse and tastemaker within the culture.

GIANNI LEE

Gianni Lee, a multidisciplinary Visual Artist, has honed two distinct styles inhabiting tastes on different sides of the artistic plane - the worlds of Fine Art and Street Art. While his colorful skeletal figures with intricate compositions are a signature in the public art space he uses his work on the other side of the spectrum to explore the technological, political, social, and racial climate in America. All while depicting the plight of black people.

“My subject matter is based on an ongoing story with real characters that I created,” says Gianni. “I decontextualize, reconstruct and regurgitate everything I see and feel on the canvas based on concepts, motifs and issues that mirror society. I make sure to explore the technological, political, social and racial climate in America while painting a post-apocalyptic and futuristic landscape.”

Lee lives and works in New York and Los Angeles.

DJALI ALESSANDRA BROWN-CEPEDA

A second-generation Dominican-American native and New Yorker hailing from Inwood, Manhattan and the Soundview section of The Bronx, Djali Alessandra Brown-Cepeda is a filmmaker, racial justice advocate, and archivist. Djali is the founder and curator of Nuevayorkinos (est. February 2019) and BLK THEN (est. December 2020) ,a digital archives project dedicated to documenting and preserving New York City Latinx and Black culture through family photographs and stories, respectively.

Centering the People in everything she does, Djali is committed to organizing and mobilizing within communities of color. In September 2020, Djali and her partner organized their first Back to School Drive, in which they raised proceeds to provide 500 backpacks filled with school supplies for Black and Brown children in Bushwick Brooklyn. In December 2020, they organized their first Power to the People! Drive. Inspired by Black and Brown freedom fighters of yesteryear, Djali led the initiative, along with Zenat Begum, founder of Playground Coffee, and distributed 200+ bags of free produce, hundreds of books, winter wear items, and wellness products to Black and Brown folk in Bed-Stuy and Bushwick, Brooklyn.

A literacy and politics enthusiast, Djali started Djali’s Book Club, dedicated to sharing books on BIPOC liberation, race, politics, and social justice, and was a Voto Latino Electoral Partner leading up to the 2020 presidential election cycle.

Djali is currently working on several projects and is on the journey toward obtaining her Masters in Criminal Justice, with a dual concentration in Criminal Law and Policing. She currently resides in her native New York.

MARC FARRELL

Marc Farrell is a proud Trinidadian and the Founder + CEO of Ten To One Rum. Marc’s unique combination of the Caribbean culture and the U.S. consumer market, have propelled him to help elevate the conversation around rum, and bring an inspired new product to market. An extroverted “Cheerleader in Chief” with a passion for storytelling and engaging consumers, Marc’s varied responsibilities include developing the brand voice, building a dynamic team, product development, strategy, marketing and sales. Throughout his career, Farrell dreamed of creating a product that genuinely reflected himself and his Caribbean DNA.

EXPLORE THE COLLECTION

Raddix Varsity Jacket

Hunt Hoodie

Titus Jacket

Ryland Tee

As a part of Black History Month, FILA will be supporting UNCF with a contribution to ensure that more students of color are able to get to and through college.