• “Get Some Everyday” – Mike Rogan

    I love people with vision. Mike Rogan is one of those entrepreneurs who loves what he does and sharing his intent with others. It certainly reflects in his clothing line. read on…


    Philly-Based New Wave Tees “Wearism” Celebrates Two Years.

    Philadelphia, PA –November, 2010

    “Wearism”, makers of fashionable political apparel, now breaks into its second year and expansion into contemporary retail boutiques.

    The line is already available online and boutiques in Philadelphia, Tampa, and Asbury Park.  “Wearism” brings its modish, urbane aesthetic to the political apparel market. The latest collection features the company’s signature pima cotton tees in v-neck and crew styles.

    Creative Director Michael Rogan describes the company’s design focus ” ….to broaden the impact of apparel with a message by creating fashionable looks that activists and socially conscious consumers will continuously want to wear and that are designed to inspire dialogue…”

    “Wearism” can be purchased in Philadelphia at Metro Mens Clothing 1615 E. Passyunk Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19148 or online at wearism.blogspot.com

    “Wearism” tees retail for $24.99 and are available in sizes SMALL THRU XL.

    About the Company:  “Wearism” is a fashion-forward label, creating perfectly fitted pima cotton tees with sophisticated and thought-provoking graphics.  The Wearism motto is to “Wear What Matters.”  Born out of a Prop 8 protest in Philadelphia, two industry professionals – frustrated with nonprofit or activism tees being event specific and rarely worn after – wanted to create clothing that would have a continuous impact and fashionable look, so they created a line of fashionable tees and started the Wearism: Counter Couture label.  A percentage of profits go to the various causes supported by the t-shirts from general grass roots activism to specific cause like Gay Marriage.

    For more information, contact Mike Rogan at 267.507.5997 or   rogan@wearism.com.

    Thanks Mike...”Get Some Everyday”