Power of Reputation is an independent brand that's been around since 2009. It just happens to be underground af, that's why you never heard of it. Your favorite influencers don't post about it on their social media accounts, and you wanna know why? It's because they're a bad influence. Think about that.
Initially Power of Reputation was meant to be something like an experiment, trying to determine if you could run a successful fashion company without money, connections in the industry and know-how. Turns out you kind of can (using the term successful pretty loosely).
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Bemsha Swingman Logo
The Bemsha Swingman Logo is the symbol logo designed to represent the Bemsha Swingman model. It's based on the NBA logo created by Alan Siegel but with the silhouette of jazz legend Miles Davis — instead of hall of famer Jerry West. It's featured as a woven label on the side of all Bemsha Swingman jerseys.
Power of Reputation is a concept driven brand. Most garment names have some kind of jazz connection. The new t-shirt model TTT is named after the song “Twelve Tone Tune” by Bill Evans. The TTT logo featured on the side label can be interpreted as three Ts or piano keys.
Some names also have references to iconic garments made by other brands. Bemsha Swingman is a reference to both the song “Bemsha Swing” by Thelonious Monk and the adidas Swingman jersey. The Bemsha Swingman logo is the silhouette of Miles Davis in the style of the NBA logo.