Watch Clint419 Explain Corteiz's Meteoric Rise in Rare Interview on the '90s Baby Show'

The CRTZ founder takes a trip down memory lane.

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Corteiz founder, Clint419, has just sat down for an exclusive interview with British podcast, the ’90s Baby Show, to give a rare insight to the rise of his UK streetwear powerhouse.

The rise of Corteiz has been fascinating to watch. From its crazy guerrilla marketing campaigns to its most recent collaboration with Nike on its three Air Max 95 silhouettes, the imprint has consistently found a way to remain at the forefront of popularity in the saturated world we call streetwear.

However, the brand’s founder, Clint419, is just as intriguing, due to his choice to vastly remain outside of the public eye. But now, the founder of Corteiz has just sat down with the popular British podcasters of the ’90s Baby Show to tell his story, and how he believes CRTZ has risen to its current level of popularity. 

 

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Hosted by ’90s Baby Show generals, Temi, Fred, and VP, the trio is joined by Clint419 who talks about the come up of his brand, in what is a rare appearance for the designer. Additionally, Clint also touches on the doubt that came from his parents during the early stages of the brand’s creation.

You can check out the full conversation on the ’90s Baby Show above.

In other fashion news, take a look at the new collection from Wales Bonner.

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