Latent Apparel

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Latent Apparel is a Haitian clothing line started by Robinson Elie in Florida.

Latent Apparel started back in 2006, their T-shirts were geared towards the Haitian Community. Robinson saw many young Haitians not even wanting to admit they were Haitians. When these T-shirts came out, everyone was proud to wear them to show the world they were Haitians.

From 2006 to 2008, Robinson traveled all over the U.S., Canada and Haiti to expose the brand to his fellow Haitians.[1]


External links[edit]

Official website