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New York, NY (PressExposure) July 20, 2008 -- They say that clothes are the representation of who we really are or what we really are. It tells us the attitude and emotion of a person. It also represents what community the person is part of. And today, the largest community in the world can be found within the urban community.

In the urban community, clothes are what represent the fashion and style of a person, just like what the seanjohn clothing line is providing. Within the collection of the seanjohn clothing line, a person can find what he or she needs to express her or his emotions through clothes. But what is seanjohn? Where did it originated? And who started it?

The clothing line seanjohn was founded by hip-hop mogul sean john combs A.K.A sean john, in 1998. The brand name seanjohn was derived from sean john combs’ first name and second name.

People representing the brand include sean john combs himself, rappers such as T.I., Fabolous, The Game, Daddy Yankee, basketball stars including Dwayne Wade and Tristan Sooklal, plus models Tyson Beckford and Kevin Navayne.

Sean John has become a usual suspect at the prestigious award ceremony for the Council of Fashion Designers of America held annually in New York.

For five consecutive years since 2000, sean john has been nominated for its excellence in design. Sean John shares this distinction with an elite group of designers that include Marc Jacobs and Helmut Lang. In 2004, Sean John was awarded the CFDA Men's Designer of the Year award.

The collection of sean john is separated into categories including seanjohn, Bad Boy Sportswear, seanjohn Tailored, and sean john accessories. Product categories include suits, knitwear, bottoms, outerwear, leather accessories, shirts, ties, hats, denim and disposable fast-food soda cups.

In October 2003 sean john combs was under intense media attention for using sweatshop labor to produce the seanjohn clothing line. Among the accusations, originally put forth by the National Labor Committee (NLC), workers were subjected to body searches, fired if pregnant and paid sweatshop wages. Diddy responded to the BBC that there would be a "zero tolerance" investigation at his company, Sean John. He stated to a group of reporters "I'm as pro-worker as they get."

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