Brilyent Offers Path For Fashion Forward Trendsetters!

Fresh. Innovative. Youthful. Ambitious. Brilyent!  These are all words that describe the new brand that’s next up to take over the fashion game!  Originally a skateboard, trendy inspired clothing line based out of Los Angeles, California- Brilyent has gained major buzz & following, expanding nationally with its quality snapbacks, graphic tanks, and script baseball tees.

Brilyent was created in Summer 2012 by a young, west coast duo, who merged their love for fashion & graphic design to create the cutting-edge line which celebrates the go-getters of today’s generation. Their line launched in Hollywood Hills, CA at a mansion party and has since gained nationwide acclaim; landing advertisement in Entertainment Weekly & gaining hip hop admiration through recent collaboration with Compton rapper Problem.

Brilyent is more than just an avant-garde new line, it’s a movement promoting the acquisition of success through individual brilliance. Designers Kevin Tonkin & Sean Sullivan are adamant about getting their message across & connecting with today’s generation, quoted saying:

“We’re here to showcase the individuals who are “Brilyent!” in their own way. The kids that chose to skate instead of study, write music instead of homework. This is for the ones who make it to the top by not following everybody around them.. and have a lot more fun getting there. ”










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  • Matt Swan

    So this is going to be another version of trukfit? Now wears that ish?

    • If I designed clothing, it would be durable, practical, and low key.

      The dude with the paper thin, 10 Karat necklace, and Dreadlocks, looks like a gay Popsicle.

      Maybe it’s me, but I’d rather rock some ‘ole ‘udda ‘chet, let alone actually go out of my way to rock that ‘chet…unless I was paid to wear it!


      They need to make some plain ‘chet like Hanes T Sirts & Boxer briefs, that I would support. Champion Hoodies, some ‘chet with no Logo.

      • Matt Swan

        Ok but it seems todays youth are taking Grandmaster Flash and the furious Five’s style renaming it and saying “it’s new”. How is that new? Tight ass skinny jeans? Levi 501’s and 505’s back in the day. Wild color shoes, didn’t have to go far and look at Nike, Adidias, and Puma. Hairstyles? Been there and done all of it. I’d bring back some of the NY 90’s with the baggy jeans and tims, without the long ass shirts or t shirts. That style will be timeless and anyone could rock it. If I could make clothes, like you, it’d be simple jeans that don’t cost an arm and a testicle to wear, in various subdued colors, and classy polos and dress shirts that could be worn with the jeans or without. Give everyone the chance for that “grown man or woman” look without having to sell yourself to get it. And if that doesn’t work we can take em back to the ol Fila and Ballys track suits

      • Wifey looks at the way I dress today, and the way I dressed in the 90’z & be like “You ain’t changed!”

        Been like this since the 80’s:
        Sneakers, Jeans & a jacket!

      • Matt Swan

        Ok I hope you’re not wearing Used jeans or Cross Colors anymore (JK man)

      • Nah, same Levi’s from the 80’s!