In 2010, Andrew Cheung and Rodolfo Ramirez decided to launch a brand founded on one major philosophy; everyone can move forward in life simply by using style and etiquette.
Pocket Square Clothing was born.
Cheung and Ramirez choose the name Pocket Square Clothing because they were determined to redefine pocket squares in today’s fashion scene. They achieve this by creating one of a kind bow ties, skinny ties, and pocket squares that will compliment every urban gentleman that wears them.
Fast forward two years later, Pocket Square Clothing has propelled into the standard for urban male fashion and were even featured on Ketel One’s front page. The Los Angeles based accessories brand has a strong commitment to producing pieces that tell a story as well as make you look dapper. All pieces are handcrafted and produced in L.A. using reclaimed or reused fabrics. The thing that sets Pocket Square Clothing apart from all other designers is that each piece tells a story of individualism and uniqueness. This uniqueness is achieved by naming each piece after a profession or persona and giving a description for that label.
Their most recent collection is “Ice Cream Collection“. The collection is made up of skinny ties in various colors and materials that resembles, yup you guessed it, ice cream flavors. Pocket Square Clothing takes their creativity a step further by packaging the ties in ice cream pints of their respective flavor.
At the end of the day PSC’s vision is to become a hub and vehicle for the individual exploration of style.