On a recent weekday morning, local graphic designer Dean Bradley arrived to his brand new clothing shop to find his front glass door almost completely destroyed. Almost. The would-be burglars who tried to break in during the wee hours of the morning failed to shatter the glass to get inside. Instead, icy crystal spiderwebs radiated from the points where their hammers had smashed, waking the neighbors who scared them off.
Courtesy of Cutlass Clothing Left to right: Martin Stern, Dean Bradley and Casey Sullivan
Even for being tucked away in a small storefront just off the coast of the sun-soaked Newport Beach peninsula, it appears that Cutlass Clothing is already proving that makes clothes good enough to steal--or at least try to.
"We posted a photo of the door on Facebook and said 'the new Cutlass line is so hot people are trying to break down the door,'" Bradley says. "Seriously though, those dudes must've really wanted our t-shirts."More »