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The following passage is the inspiration behind the styles presented during Spring on Pluto. "A cherry blossom is a flower of several trees of genus Prunus, particularly the Japanese cherry, Prunus serrulata, which is called sakura after the Japanese." For the Spring 2019 season the Cherry logo is crafted as a applique on several garments through a combination of Japanese influenced satin combined with the use of Astro threads. Astro threads are a blended spool of thread that incorporates multiple colors to create a unique multi-colored application. In addition, the Pluto Insignia embroidered logo is reintroduced using Astro threads as well to create a fresh spin on one of the classic looks seen on Pluto.  Album 1...

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Produce pairs up with Tori Brown for our Spring 2019 Preseason featuring our Classic logo imbedded on an assortment of caps, t-shirts, champion, and cut & sewn hoodies. We use a combination of screen print and direct embroidery to bring our Classic logo to life in our Spring 2019 Preseason. We are extremely excited for the future of Produce as we have received a strong response to the release of our essential looks. Our initial batch of our Classic Logo Hats sold out within the first week, so we can not wait to show you what is in store for the rest of...

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Produce had the special opportunity to attend the recent Amine Show Live at the Roseland Theatre on December 20th & 21st. We had a great time at the show and the energy in the building helped add to the overall experience. Amine is a great performer who gets the crowd involved ensuring everyone has a good time. We look forward to the next performance from Amine! Enjoy the show recap photography brought to us by Connor Menesi. Photography by @Connortoday  

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Panthera Tigris - The Tungusic people considered the tiger a near-deity and often referred to it as "Grandfather" or "Old man". The Udege and Nanai called it "Amba". The Manchu considered the Siberian tiger as Hu Lin, the king.Since the tiger has a mark on its foreheads that looks like a Chinese character for 'King' or a similar character meaning "Great Emperor", it is revered for this by people. This is my Inspiration for the styles created on Pluto from our Winter 2019 season.

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