The Path to Authenticity
109. Fashion Entrepreneur Evan Streusand
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Best-Dressed in 7th Grade or Robe Life – Episode 109 of The Path to Authenticity features Evan Streusand, founder of Fortress of Inca boots and shoes, and co-founder, with his wife, of Highway Robery. At Highway Robery, you can find unique, kimono-inspired robes, all of which are made from dead-stock fabrics. That being the case, all of their robes are made in limited quantity. Stayed tuned for an upcoming promotion where you can win one. Learn more about Evan at 18 Questions for Evan Streusand. Enjoy, and be nice.    -tg

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