November 21, 2013

Our third designer Scott Fujita graduated from Berkeley, a former NFL player (11 seasons in the NFL) who has recently joined forces with the New York Times, Fox Sports, and WDSU’s “Saints on 6″ Primetime. Known for his dedication to his community and a number of charities, Scott advocates for the LGBT community, equal rights, and promotes programs for adoption. As an adopted child himself he is a strong supporter in same sex couples having the right to adopt.

“One of the reasons I’m so passionate about advocating for marriage equality is because it helps bring families together.” says Scott.

Scott’s design, the yin-yang, is often used to describe how seemingly opposite or contrary forces are interconnected and interdependent in the natural world. They give rise to each other as they interrelate to one another. To Scott, it is symbolic of “union, being different but the same, harmony, balance & equality.”

We love Scott’s clean, simple design which will make a bold and dashing statement when worn! We wish him every luck in this new chapter of his career.


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