MVP Collections might have launched eight months ago, but they already circulated a lot of attention this past year.
Maurice Samuel “Mo” Vaughn is the creator behind this new image for men of all sizes that the fashion industry seemed to forgot about. Mo is a former Major League Baseball first basemen whom he along with his team is helping change lives and bring confidence amongst this spectrum of the “All-American Man.”
MVP Collections is all about lifestyle and streetwear with all their pieces made in the USA, the quality of the collection is easily hands down one of the best you’ll get in this era of brands based off fast-fashion.
We don’t see a lot of American made brands that keep up with the latest trends such as the in demand “motto” jeans and the curved hem t-shirts. This season you will see a lot of color-blocking, a pair of white deconstructed jeans (perfect for an outing to the Hamptons this summer), vintage washed t-shirts and fully lined blazers. There is even a best-seller logo tee of a bulldog, which is in reference to Mo Vaughn’s very own bulldog. This collection shares a personal experince with the founders and customers.
MVP Collections is all about the customers and listening to what they have to say. This brand has been already popular all over the U.S, having their collections in stores all over such as Texas, New York, California, Las Vegas, and more.
There is nothing like brining a little confidence to those who feel a lack of connect or ignored when it comes to picking out a brand that has great quality and style.
“Our spring collection introduces a neutral color palette of on-trend silhouettes that work back to Premium White and Moto styled novelty denim washes. We are offering denim inspired casual button down oxford shirts in stretch linen and chambray fabrications , along with cotton vintage wash knits , color blocked and tonal foiled graphic tees. Due to popular demand we are introducing “The Blazer” that can take your look from Day to Night.” – Diane Bennett, Co-Founder of MVP Collections