Loki Loki Brand Identity Basics: the motorcycle jacket
Just like you, your business should “dress for the job it wants.” Let’s figure out where you really want to be and suit up for that.
New Yorkers know better than anyone that Zara and H&M can easily rival head-to-toe couture with the right styling. The same principles can apply to your business. As a brand stylist, I help businesses “dress for the job” (or client or customer) they want, and I believe that you shouldn’t have to spend a million bucks to look like a million bucks… But you best look like a million bucks if you want to make a million bucks.
This is all about setting your sights higher and positioning yourself to level up in a serious(ly fun) way. It’s also about being authentic to your vision and customer. I’m not here to make you fancy if fancy doesn’t fit—it all comes down to reflecting the very best of your brand image while simultaneously attracting your ideal customer. Because believe it or not, not everyone is vintage Chanel… Maybe you’re brand is more of a band tee, ripped jeans, and high-top chucks brand. Regardless of the style that’s right for you, we’ll work together to ensure everything comes together in a way that turns (the right) heads.
Loki Loki brand identity basics are what my team and I bring to every single one of our our projects. They’re the foundation of our approach… The staples… The basics… LIGHTBULB. POP! Let’s be cute and connect them to FASHION. I love fashion. You love fashion. It’s fun. It’s on-brand. Most importantly, it’s an excuse to collaborate with Leah Goren. The custom illustrations she created for me are a cheeky reference to my personal (fashion) basics. And I am a “brand stylist,” after all! Collect ’em all!