Daddy Couture

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company

Daddy Couture is an American fashion brand headquartered in New York City.[1] It specializes in ready-to-wear and lifestyle accessories.[2] The company has substantial market share and presence in the LGBTQ community.[3][4][5]

History

Daddy Couture was founded in May 2018 with its headquarters located in New York City.[6] The brand launched with a team made up of queer designers, content creators and fashion figures, and it has garnered thousands of followers on social media since inception.[7] It has also attracted endorsements from celebrities such as Chris Crocker and Tiffany Pollard.[3]

In September 2019, it was announced that celebrities Rebecca More and Matthew Camp took ownership positions in the brand.[8][9]

Products and services

Daddy Couture offers LGBTQ fashion wears and accessories.[10] The brand also contributes to LGBTQ charitable organizations.[11][12] Daddy Couture has garnered reception as “The face of queer fashion” in the LGBTQ industry.[2]

References

  1. Koksal, Ilker (Jun 18, 2019). "Daddy Couture Makes Queer Fashion For Everyone" (in en). Forbes. https://www.forbes.com/sites/ilkerkoksal/2019/06/18/daddy-couture-makes-queer-fashion-for-everyone. Retrieved 25 June 2019. 
  2. 2.0 2.1 "Daddy Couture: The Face of Queer Fashion". entrepreneur.com. https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/334687. Retrieved 2019-06-10. 
  3. 3.0 3.1 "Daddy Couture and Pride Month: More than just a fashion statement". https://www.bmmagazine.co.uk/in-business/daddy-couture-and-pride-month-more-than-just-a-fashion-statemen/. BM, BMMA Magazine, June 19 2019
  4. "Meet Daddy Couture, the LGBT Fashion Line Taking Over Social Media". https://thefrisky.com/meet-daddy-couture-the-lgbt-fashion-line-taking-over-social-media/. Draganna Stepic, thefrisky.com. June 22, 2019
  5. "Daddy Couture Is Proving LGBTQ+ Brands Matter". 20 August 2019. https://www.valuewalk.com/2019/08/daddy-couture-lgbtq-brands/. Retrieved 24 April 2020. 
  6. "Daddy Couture: A Unique LGBTQI Clothing Line". Tush Magazine. 28 March 2019. https://tushmagazine.com.ng/daddy-couture-a-unique-lgbtqi-clothing-line/. Retrieved 24 April 2020. 
  7. Thompson, Melissa. "The Queer World of Fashion Featuring Daddy Couture". NewsBlaze News. https://newsblaze.com/business/small-business/the-queer-world-of-fashion-featuring-daddy-couture_149943/. Retrieved 24 April 2020. 
  8. "The Cock Destroyers Were a NYFW Highlight" (in en). Paper (magazine). 18 February 2020. https://www.papermag.com/cock-destroyers-nyfw-daddy-2645184198.html?rebelltitem=11#rebelltitem11. Retrieved 24 April 2020. 
  9. Dommu, Rose (September 23, 2019). "Matthew Camp and a Cock Destroyer Have Taken Over This Queer Brand" (in en). out.com. https://www.out.com/fashion/2019/9/23/matthew-camp-and-cock-destroyer-have-taken-over-queer-brand. Retrieved 25 September 2019. 
  10. Alexandra Dimitropoulou, "Daddy Couture: Can Inclusiveness Lead Business Innovation In A Meaningful Way?". ceoworld.biz. 2019-05-10. https://ceoworld.biz/2019/05/10/daddy-couture-can-inclusiveness-lead-business-innovation-in-a-meaningful-way/. Retrieved 2019-06-10. 
  11. Stefania Sarrubba"'C*ck-destroyer' Rebecca More unveils limited edition Pride t-shirts". gaystarnews.com. 2019-05-22. https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/rebecca-more-limited-edition-pride-t-shirts/. Retrieved 2019-06-10. 
  12. "Rebecca More is donating ALL her profits from her pride merch to transgender charity Mermaids UK". 28 May 2019. https://www.qxmagazine.com/2019/05/rebecca-more-is-donating-100-of-the-profits-from-her-pride-merch-to-mermaids/. Retrieved 24 April 2020. 

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