Brandon Scott, a Los Angeles-based women's wear and menswear fashion designer, was born to a poor family in Chicago. After eight years in Nashville, the Scott family moved again to California. In 2001, Scott moved to San Francisco to finish college at San Francisco State University (SFSU). During his final year of college, Scott obtained an apprenticeship with one of the best design houses in San Francisco - Nice Collective. After a year, Rebecca Beeson hired Scott to launch her new men's collection, B.SON. From 2004 to 2008, Scott was in charge of all design, sales and production for B.SON.
Discontented with the over-designed and mass-marketed trends of his industry, Scott's vision was to produce lines with purpose and structure in clothes. The mundane beauty of everyday life from a destitute parking lot to a vintage car or a sky scraping building is what catalyzes B:SCOTT's creations. In 2009, Scott moved to Los Angeles to embark on his new business venture, ScottxScott Inc. - a family owned and operated business which houses four brands, including B:SCOTT (men's contemporary), Sarah Scott (women's contemporary), THE:ODDS (men's sportswear) and One of One (bespoke bags and shoes).
During the first weeks show, his convertible hoodie was bought by Macy's. It is selling for $129. Here is the link to purchase the hoodie: Brandon Scott's Hoodie .