Negash The Brand

Posted on May 23 2014

Meet the CEO of Negash Apparel and Footwear Rocklin Hotep Negash as he introduces Negash The brand in the video below from a Interview with Kaliph Moto Moto Young from the City of Detroit. This interview was held at the Famous Bucharest Grill best Known for their delicious Chicken Shawaramas on Park Avenue and Elizabeth St in Downtown Detroit, MI. Follow Rocklin on Instagram @_Rocklin_

 

 

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14 comments

  • Sherizelle McCool: October 16, 2016

    Please inform me if this is a TOTALLY BLACK OWNED COMPANY. I mean workers, heads and and even down to the people that clean up there.

  • LGJJSUPERENT: February 27, 2016

    #Salute im in Atlanta Ga lets network we have a label of artist from hip hop to rock and roll

  • Jackie: January 04, 2016

    Can u buy theses in a store or you can only order online? When will there be stock to oreder on line?

  • Crystos: November 23, 2015

    Congrats on this line of clothing. I came across on on my search for black owned clothing companies. Everything that you have on sale is excellent. So shouts from St.Kitts and Nevis

  • Deborah Davis: November 22, 2015

    I love that you doing something that we as black race can be proud of. I see a few boots I would love to purchase. You’re sold out right now. I’m waiting for them to be restocked. Keep up the good work.?? ✌?️

  • Deborah Davis: November 22, 2015

    I love that you doing something that we as black race can be proud of. I see a few boots I would love to purchase. You’re sold out right now. I’m waiting for them to be restocked. Keep up the good work.?? ✌?️

  • Arna Livingston: November 01, 2015

    I’m from MI and am very proud to see such a great product come from there. However, I wear a size 11 and it’s hard for women with large size feet to get nice looking shoes as it is; so if you could make the boots in an 11/12 that would be great. We need it!

  • Pro: October 19, 2015

    the clothes are sick but how come the shoes dont come in any other size. kinda need em for a videoshoot

  • nahte: October 16, 2015

    I love it all, just waiting on a re stock of my size and it’s on. I personally don’t care what color of people you use as a model, the product says it all, the man behind this great looking line say’s it all. We as black people need this.

  • Fritz Coupet: September 11, 2015

    The clothes look great! Everything looks great, but the prices are not practical and realistic. There are of people out there, who will sacrifice food to buy one of these shoes. The sneakers cost $225 on sale for $150. ? If you have to charge that much for sneakers, maybe you might want to look for different manufacturer. The average Black household who is eating healthy and has children enrolled in music or dance may only be able to get one of those sneakers only after receiving a tax return. You need to figure out if you want to make $150 one time from the Black family or $60-75 every 3 to 4 months. Don’t forget stickers, children love them.

  • Beatty : August 19, 2015

    I concur with Aarub & Lola…I was wondering why you use so many non-african models in a clothing line that is inspired by everything African? Peace and good luck

  • Aarub: August 15, 2015

    Hello! And please let me start out by saying that I’m excited about doing business with you. I support Black owned business’s and I’m so glad I came across your’s. Your clothes are very attractive. I have one question though. I’ve seen some of the models in your advertisements and they have a European look. I haven’t seen any Black or Brown sister’s in any of your add’s yet. Maybe I’m over looking this. Again, I would love to support you. But only if you have love for Black, dark skinned women as well as the other’s.

  • janice: August 15, 2015

    I’m interested in the negash sandal with the zipper on top but need a wide width,are they available in this form?

  • Lola: August 13, 2015

    I am really interested in your line and would love to purchase some foot ware when they become available. However I am troubled when I see a advertisement " buy black owned" and the website is plastered with models that aren’t black , or brown for that matter . We all should support black owned even you . I can’t help but wonder how many potential sales you lost because of this.

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