Enter the Brooklyn Circus



“When I meet people, intuitively, there’s something about who you are that says, ‘We’re gonna go further’, or ‘Thank you, (shakes hands), I forgot your name and we’re never gonna see each other again’, or, ‘If I see you, we’re never really gonna work together.’ It’s not about how much money you can make me, it’s about how can we continue to build together and get better. I always wanna see people get better. Relationships with people like Sir & Madame, it’s always about how can I get the better side of you. If I had the chance to work with Steve Jobs, from reading about him, he wants the best of you at every single point, and that’s how I’ve always been. How can I get the best of you? My goal is that, if I can get better by 10 to 20 percent everyday, by the time I’m 70, 80, 90 years old, I will be this amazing creature. Imagine being around people that are at that level of themselves. I think that’s what the [Brooklyn Circus] represents, people that are performing level that’s beyond. I’m trying to create an environment of people that are trying to be the best they can be.”

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  • http://www.pocketinfo.net/ Robert Latchford

    New York is a city I have still to visit but hope to get there and savour all its variety. Seems like a lot of designers have made their way to New York. Even the winner of Project Runway (which my wife likes me to watch with her) was from Trinidad.

  • http://twitter.com/ThatKidFresher Kid Fresh


  • http://adollahsigneasy.tumblr.com/ AdollahSignEasy

    got my first piece Japanese outerwear from the no store front location across the street from the current one and it was def because of the quality the ambiance and the mindset of BKc

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