Monday, May 17, 2010
``We invented a style that never existed before and were the leaders and pioneers of this kind of shirting on the U.S. market -- the quality of fabric, point stitching, trim, leather detail, buttons -- a very detailed line,'' Fabrice said.
Before Bogosse, Patrick, 41, had built a freight forwarding company and was a professional soccer player, playing for teams in Europe, Latin America and the United States, including the Fort Lauderdale Strikers. He was the first Haitian signed to Major League Soccer when he joined the New England Revolution in 1996.
Fabrice, 32, had studied in France and worked with Giorgio Armani. Both brothers, who left Haiti by their mid-teens, have degrees in business.