Blair Clothing is the official clothing brand for former US President Jimmy Carter and former President George H.W. Bush.
The brand is the only one of Carter’s many celebrity friends and allies to be made into a clothing brand.
It’s not the only celebrity clothing brand to get a reboot.
The clothing company’s official Twitter account was shut down for the first time since 2012 for violating the terms of service.
Blair Clothing founder David Carter and the former president were seen at a 2009 event in New York.
The company was later rebranded by Jimmy Carter’s wife Barbara and other family members.
At the time, the Carter brand was widely considered a failure.
Now, Blair’s official clothing line is back in fashion and the brand has been lauded for its work on the #BlackLivesMatter movement and the global climate crisis.
In February, Blavity Clothing, a clothing line based in Brooklyn, received a $50 million investment from the Carter family to create clothing for women of color.
This is the latest in a long line of big-name fashion brands making big changes to their image, including Calvin Klein, Dior, and Burberry.
Bravo and the Carter legacy Blavit Clothing, founded in 2012, has a long history of bringing people together to create positive change.
Its founders include the late rapper Tupac Shakur, who died in 1995, and former Presidents George H W Bush and Jimmy Carter.
The company has been known for its bold fashion and high-fashion offerings.
One of the brands’ most successful products is the T-shirt, which features the former presidents face on a black background.
“When I was at the top, we didn’t have many Black friends,” said Blair’s executive producer Sarah Smith.
“Now we have over 50.
We have more than 1,000 Black friends.”
Blahbitt Clothing, another brand founded in 2010, has received more than $20 million in investments from the US government.
It has been in business since 2011 and recently opened a store in New Orleans.
Catherine Zeta-Jones, the founder of the fashion brand, said the company is looking to grow in the next few years.
She said the clothing line has a history of using blackface to bring in new customers.
And Blahbits focus on black women is very much a part of their mission.
“We are focused on black culture and the Black Lives Matter movement,” she said.
“Black people are really the foundation of our brand and we really want to be a part [of] that.”