Rich and Penny take a moment.
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Eight months ago, we launched Fohr Card here in NYC with some of the best people in our industry. This Friday, September 13, Rich and I are continuing that tradition and celebrating the launch of Fohr Card UK, in partnership with Dazed & Confused, Spring Studios, Karla Otto, with transportation provided by Uber.
If you live in London and are interested in attending send me an email, email@example.com.
The First Annual Fall Classic
Fohr Card worked with Alex, and got help from Nike, The Blind Barber to put on a #menswear basketball game last night. The guys were impressive, the light calligraphic.
Fall Classic NYC: 9/5 5:00PM, Tompkins Square Park
Like all things, this started with a story. Alex came to me and told me about this big part of the #menswear community who used to play NCAA basketball, and how he wanted to put on a game before fashion week. Did Fohr Card want to help.
Yes, of course, let’s get working.
And here it is, next week we will sit back and watch our friends try and rediscover a part of their life they had mostly left behind. I am humbled by the support of Nike and The Blind Barber on this, and thankful for Reyka and Peroni for sponsoring drinks for the after party (make sure you RSVP to the after party, space is very limited).
Next week I expect to see all of you at Tompkins Square Park, pick a team, grab a drink and see what happens.
I hear it a couple times a day, “I have just been so busy” and it’s the most boring answer to the simple question of, "how are things going". I have been running Fohr Card with Rich and Holly for 3 months full time now and people ask me all the time, "how are things?" and I make a point to not talk about how busy we are.
Instead I say I am having the time of my life. That I wake up every day and give thanks for my station in life. That I feel like the person I have always wanted to be.
Boring people are busy, the great ones are just having fun.
Worked all night at Fohr Card HQ. I rubbed my burning eyes and watched past my computer screen as the sky turned from oil black, to blue, to pink. I sat there and thought not about weariness but instead about the blessing that is working on something you love.