When I first started wearing the Faith 21 clothing line it was a bit of a surprise, but the company is now selling more than 100 pairs of the high-fashion pieces at a time.
I found myself wearing the items over and over again at the end of the week, and the people I met were so supportive of what they were wearing.
And the people who were wearing the clothes seemed genuinely happy with what they did.
The company was founded in 2008 by Matthew Kilduff and John Foulke, and has since expanded to more than a dozen stores in the US and Europe.
The first item in the Faith21 line is a pair of boots, which come in black and tan.
They are made from a leather that has been treated with a chemical that prevents the leather from fading.
“The result is an incredibly comfortable pair of leather boots, that are so incredibly strong and flexible that they can easily take a beating and keep on going,” Kilduf says.
A pair of jeans is a different story.
When Faith 21 first launched the Faith Faith Clothing line, it offered a range of denim jeans that are made in India, where they were created by a group of makers.
But Kildurff and Foulk’s faith group wanted to create a new range of jeans, which they hoped would be as comfortable and durable as their jeans.
In addition to making their own jeans, Faith 21 has also created an array of styles and colours that range from simple jeans to sophisticated denim, and some of those styles are available in a range or two.
The Faith Faith clothing line is designed to appeal to a broader range of people than what was offered with its original denim line, but Kildorf says the faith community has been very receptive to the brand’s products.
“We have had so many positive reactions from people from the Christian faith community, and also from the secular community,” he says.
“They want to wear these things, and they are not just about the religion, but they are about what they feel about life.”
The Faith21 Faith Faithwear line has been designed to make it easy for faith-followers to wear their faith on their bodies and not feel like a second-class citizen, says Kildorff.
“You don’t have to feel like you have to wear clothes that are not going to be comfortable,” he adds.
“The idea of this is to let people wear what they believe is right for them, because that’s how they feel, and it’s how we feel, too.”
The faith-inspired Faith 21 line includes a range, including jeans, a black suit, a navy suit and a denim jacket.
The jeans are made by the company’s own manufacturing partners, which is also the case with the Faith clothing, so there’s no need to spend hundreds of dollars on a fabric.
“There’s a lot of faith in what we do,” Kain said.
He believes the faith-based business model is helping the company grow and has been able to raise money for the development of new products over the years.
“What’s really exciting is that faith has always been a part of the fabric of our business, so we’re very excited to see what happens next with the faith communities,” he said.
Kildurf believes the Faith fashion line has already seen a lot more sales than its original model, but he says that faith-believing Christians can still wear Faith 21’s products and still feel comfortable and stylish.
“I’m proud of our faith-fans.
They’re a really important part of our company and we really appreciate them.”
But they’re also a very small proportion of the people that wear our clothing, and I think it’s important to understand that there are other faiths that have more believers in them than we do.
“If you look at our faith community that is growing, we are also growing with our faith fans.
So, I think that’s very important to realise, as we get bigger, that there’s a growing number of people that are embracing the Faith.”