True Hamiltonian to unveil ‘Hollywood North’ collection at Supercrawl – Hamilton

A Hamilton clothes model is about to unveil a brand new collection throughout Supercrawl showcasing the town’s rising movie trade.

True Hamiltonian founder Max Francis says the “Hollywood North” T-shirt line was a collaboration with college students part of the Agency at Mohawk College and options “unique places” shot for TV exhibits and movies within the metropolis.

The ‘Hollywood North’ line from True Hamiltonian will make a debut at Supercrawl in September.

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“The idea was my idea, but they refined it,” Francis instructed 900 CHML’s Hamilton Today.

“They they came up with the location, they came up with the graphics, they were really good with turning the idea I had into something tangible.”

Eight completely different filming areas can be featured within the line printed on white, grey and black shirts accessible at the Supercrawl style stage in addition to the True Hamiltonian sales space throughout the avenue pageant working Sept. 9-11.

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“We’ve gotten orders from Japan, California, Texas, Germany, even South America,” stated Francis.

“Literally, we actually have a map where we put little pins in where we’ve gotten people … buying our stuff. It’s insane … I don’t even know how they find us?”

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True Hamiltonian founder max Francis says the brand new ‘Hollywood North Line’ was a collaboration with college students with the Agency at Mohawk College.

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True Hamiltonian has been a fixture for shut to a decade as a method for Francis to promote and symbolize the town.

He says the idea is admittedly concerning the message and never a lot the clothes.

“It’s just a really simple message, but it seems to resonate with everyone. We’ve had everything from celebrities to musicians to you name it,” remarked Francis about those that select to put on the model.

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