It was over a bowl of muesli, a sketch pad and the Pacific Ocean that Radio Velvet was founded by former Mambo CEO, Angus Kingsmill.
Kingsmill believes that the hottest brands are those which incorporate the passions of the people involved. However, after a complete lack of demand as a male escort and semi professional athlete, he reverted to combining the stuff he knows best – T-shirts and art with the other stuff he loves – music, film, sport and general hedonism.
The next step was to engage great artists from around the globe. Enter designer, curator, publisher and creative director, Eddie Zammit, whose little black book of artists makes Harry Styles’ black book look like a pamphlet by comparison.
With superb quality machine washable art and art that you should never put in a white good appliance ie. T-shirts, original artwork and prints, Radio Velvet only needed to find it’s audience.
Fellow nude nut and partner in “Sydney Digital Marketing”, Simon Gould, and his brilliant team of young creative geeks were the solution. New audiences are to be laser targeted with each exclusive release.
The biggest and best films, bands and artists have been secured. This is where we leave the story for now.