To Live In, Die In L.A Twenty-21 Collection
To Live in, Die In L. A inspired by the 2020 Dodger World Series patch crafted with top quality garments, specifically engineered for those born to win.
Before the 2020 World Series the last time the Dodger won a World Series was 1988 exhibiting utmost patience. After 32 years of blood, sweat, and tears being shed the Dodgers reached the pinnacle of their goals.
Anyone knows great things take time. Patience is key & Anything good for you is worth waiting for.
This piece was especially important to the brand. In 2011 WalkingRich left Inglewood in pursuit of a college degree after receiving his college degree he was shot and nearly killed in Jacksonville, FL.
Coming from Inglewood, CA. being shot and killed is a common thing growing up, if you haven’t been shot you know some one who has, while it’s unfortunate it’s a reality of many. Sitting in that hospital bed WalkingRich remembers thinking to himself “ you got shot in Florida ? “ “you could’ve stayed home for this”, the thought of himself coming all this way to get shot and killed didn’t set well with WalkingRich.
In his darkest moments he never understood why god chose him to navigate this journey but after years of shedding blood, sweat, and tears patiently persevering this voyage god has set him on, things are beginning to be clearer & his purpose is becoming more defined.
Making it back home was a milestone for WalkingRich, Nervous and anxious about having to deal with L.A politics in a wheelchair made him feel uneasy.
Upon his arrival it was the complete opposite. WalkingRich felt a sense of accomplishment as if he finally made it back to the motherland. All his blood, sweat, & tears finally paid off but there was also an incomplete feeling as if there was more work to be done.
This journey represents WalkinRich’s circle of life and how when you are patience things come full circle. It may not come in the way we want but if we look deep enough and read between the lines a lot can be learned.
WalkingRich is now living in his truth, while dancing to the beat of his own drum, ready to take on everything life throws at him, ready “To live In, Die In L.A”