From The Bronx Shines on NBC's New York Live: Spreading Love and Culture Through Merch!
Hey there, Bronx enthusiasts and culture aficionados! Your favorite brothers at From The Bronx were recently featured on NBC's New York Live. In case you missed it, we've got all the info for you right here!
First, if you’ve just stumbled upon this page, let me reintroduce us. From The Bronx is run by 3 Puerto Rican Bronx-born brothers and it’s more than a brand; it's an embodiment of the heart and soul of one of NYC's most iconic boroughs. We’re here to help improve the image of The Bronx and to share it’s rich culture and history with the world!
PICTURED (From L to R):Paul, Anthony & Derick Ramirez
Dahiana Pérez of New York Live visited the From The Bronx pop-up in the center of The Arthur Avenue Retail Market and takes you on a whirlwind journey through the minds behind the beloved merch that's been turning heads and sparking conversations. Trust us, From The Bronx is not a run-of-the-mill streetwear company; it's a movement, a celebration of culture, and a way of life.
The segment touches on our creative process where we share how we channel the spirit of The Bronx into every design. From iconic landmarks to the unmistakable energy of the borough, our merch speaks volumes without saying a word. Our community-first approach is apparent in everything we do, from partnerships to events. We work hard to give back and to strengthen the bonds that make our borough the unique. From The Bronx is about creating a feeling of connection, a feeling that you're a part of something bigger.
One of the best parts of the interview is when Dahianna asked us to take her to one of our favorite places in The Bronx. Without hesitation, we chose The Woodlawn Cemetery!
The Woodlawn Cemetery is more than just a cemetery. It’s an urban oasis, an outdoor museum and art gallery located in the Woodlawn section of The Bronx! Its sprawling grounds are packed with intricate mausoleums, evoking both admiration and reflection. As the final resting place for many notable figures, the cemetery tells the story of The Bronx's rich past and honors the lives that have shaped its legacy. Plus, it’s beautiful!
PICTURED (From L to R): Woodlawn Cemetery's Elizabeth Hunter & Susan Olsen, NBC's Dahiana Pérez, From The Bronx's Anthony Ramirez II & Paul Ramirez
So, if you're all about repping your borough, embracing your roots, and looking fly while doing it, check out From The Bronx's interview on New York Live and visit the collection’s on our website.
Remember, it's not just merchandise; it's a statement, a movement, and a testament to the undying spirit of the Bronx. Stay fresh, stay connected, and keep spreading that Bronx love!
From The Bronx to The World!!