Allen Stephenson, 24, started his own clothing line, Southern Tide, out of his bedroom in Greenville. He started by making designs for a line of neckties on his computer, and went on to make a line of polo shirts that are now sold in finer mens shops.
Allen Stephenson, 24, started his own clothing line, Southern Tide, out of his bedroom in Greenville. He started by making designs for a line of neckties on his computer, and went on to make a line of polo shirts that are now sold in finer mens shops.
Allen Stephenson, 24, started his own clothing line, Southern Tide, out of his bedroom in Greenville. He started by making designs for a line of neckties on his computer, and went on to make a line of polo shirts that are now sold in finer mens shops.

With his Southern Tide label, upstart clothing designer wants to take on the big boys

November 08, 2007 01:08 AM

UPDATED November 08, 2007 01:15 AM

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