Par Le Patreq

Clothing Designer Male BRONX, New York, US My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/patreq7
Mayhem # 1202407

About Me

SEEKING INVESTOR

I'm presenting and excellent investment opportunity for the right person.
I'm looking for a private investor with an interest in fashion. If you're interested, and can make a minimum investment of at least $10,000.00 to start, then please contact me to discuss equity, re-payment strategies, and contract terms.
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BIO

Patrick Holmes made his first collection debut during the Spring of 2003 in Atlanta Georgia, under the label Just Patreq, and the reception was so overwhelming that the entire collection sold out within days. Following that, Patrick received orders from several high-end boutiques, earning him recognition in a WWD article, and he was noted as an, ‘up-and-coming’ designer by Lucky magazine.
However, right at the rise of his success the economy took a turn, which greatly affected startups, prompting Patrick to make the difficult decision to dissolve the business. Shortly after, in 2005, Patrick moved to New York City and enrolled in a Fashion Design/Art program at the Fashion Institute of Technology, but left F.I.T. to focus on reviving his label.
Patrick spent the next three years re-defining his label, including changing the name from ‘Just Patreq’ to Par Le Patreq. He updated his signature pieces and sold them to private individuals on a made-to-order basis, and used the opportunity to create a customer profile. He gradually expanded his product line to include tops, bottoms, jumpers, outerwear, and handbags. Then in 2012 he re-launched the label during New York fashion week.
With a proven business model, a defined signature style, a customer base, and a collection of top selling items, Patrick set out to turn Par Le Patreq into a national brand.


“Get dressed and live beautifully”
Patreq.

Credits

CLIENTELE
STADJ model DJ company
Betron Anderson Photography
Victorial Wells Dining Engagement
New York Rangers
Dreams in Heels PR
Reality TV star Ramona Rizzo

EDITORIAL HIGHLIGHTS/RUNWAY
Premier Issue of Omar Tyree's Flyy Girl Magazine
WWD Atlanta Spring/Summer April 2003 issue
LUCKY Magazine 2003 Spring 2003 issue
Todays Black Woman Magazine
Atlanta Journal Constitution @ ajc.com 2005
People 24 Atlanta. (public access television) 2003/2004
Sparklefox.com
Trump World Towers NY
Karmasutra Lounge NY
Fox Theater Atlanta
Latin Connection Magazine

CUSTOMER REVIEWS

“I love the way his clothes look and that he makes a plus women look like she is a high fashion model.”
Geanean McKenzie

“Patreq is Unique! , he's one of a kind! When Patreq makes something for Me!!! It's all Mine! All heads turn when I walk swiftly in his designs! I have men and even women saying Oh! My you look fine! Patreq! Patreq! Puts his all and his best! This is why he will be the designer to make my Wedding Dress!!!!!”
Telyna Jenkins

“Par Le Patreq has a unique fashion brand with a flare for the unexpected, yet tasteful and classic
His use of lines where color is singular gives his designs depth while his subtle "extra" touches lend to the unique flare incorporated throughout his fashion lines. When working with bold colors and prints, Patreq's attention to detail is just as evident.
Patreq designs for the entire being, not just a top here or skirt there but a well thought ensemble for someone who desires creative design with classic timing in mind.”
Megan Harris

“PAR LE PATREQ has amazing fashion, the hottest and newest trends. I'm a loyal and forever fan/customer.”
Izora Senter

“He is an amazing designer all around, his work is very impressive and unique....so happy to had met him. Thank you for your work Par Le Patreq. Keep shinning my darling!”
Dorivee Shapiro

“I am a customer because Patreq does an amazing job making outfits. I love love his work and will recommend him to everyone. I have received so many compliments on my clothing designed by him.”
Brenda Luckett

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