Phil Sgrosso, guitarist of the San Diego, California-based metal band AS I LAY DYING, has just released the summer collection for his newest venture, Nomad Clothing.
Unveiled earlier this year, Nomad Clothing was conceptualized as an alternative fashion recourse for Sgrosso. The guitarist, who has spent the better part of the past decade married to the road, has had his image of modern fashion shift from an incidental adornment to a necessary comfort. Respectively, he created Nomad as a reflection of himself; strong in nature, yet subdued in style and simplicity.
Nomad delivers quality clothing focused on design, detail, and overall comfort. The line is inspired by the true wayfarer spirit, designed for ultimate durability, from conception through construction. The colors, prints, and structures create a clean visual identity, which carries through the lines' assemblage of printed T's, woven shirts, and handcrafted accessories.
For more information, visit www.nomad-clothing.com.
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