Launched in Fall 2000, John Varvatos Apparel Corp. is a men's lifestyle collection comprised of tailored clothing, sportswear, leather accessories and footwear. John Varvatos has been twice recognized by the Council of Fashion Designers of America with an American Fashion Award for New Menswear Designer and Menswear Designer of the Year. The company is a subsidiary of VF Corporation, which is a leader in branded apparel, such as jeanswear, outdoor products, intimate apparel, image apparel and sportswear. Its principal brands include Lee, Wrangler, Riders, Rustler, Vanity Fair, Vassarette, Bestform, Lily of France, Nautica, John Varvatos, JanSport, Eastpak, The North Face, Vans, Reef, Napapijri, Kipling, Lee Sport and Red Kap. The company was founded in 1899 as Reading Glove and Mitten Manufacturing. John Varvatos Apparel Corp. is located in New York City.
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Hey, I'm John Varvatos, and I'm playing myself in a cameo spot in the new show How to Make It in America. The scene takes place at Freeman's restaurant. A cool little spot down in the Bowery right down the street, from my store. There that I hang out at which happened to be great because no one asked me about it. It was just, they had picked a spot and they were right on for some place that I'd go hang out. It's got a Cool vibe in it. It's got a great eclectic mix of people in it. They said, guys, nice talking to this John Varvatos, the designer Cam and Ben their out with some friends and They look down at a table, a large table with a large group of people having dinner, making some noise, and they're trying to get their new jeans lying off the ground and they figure. I'm a good person to kind of Bounce things off of and communicate with him. Possibly help them out with it. What's this going to cost me? We love a minute of your time. There's something very genuine about the show the whole premise. When I saw the pilot was really kind of hit home because for me it also was kind of what I I've been trying to do for the last nine years, is trying to Make It in America, you know, trying to make it be on America to. But at the same time, I'm feeling for these guys because I'm thinking like they got a tough road ahead of them. There's a lot of competition out there. These guys are starting this jeans line and there's hundreds of genes companies in America alone.