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BRANDON SCOTT creative / production / sales

Brandon studied fashion design at San Francisco State University where he had his first runway show displaying his aesthetic for modern, clean, lines out into the world. He was awarded "Most Marketable Designer" of his senior class. Nice Collective took notice of Brandon's talent and offered him his first job as a design assistant. Over the next year he would gain invaluable experience from one of the most progressive lines to originate from San Francisco.

Shortly after, in 2005, a prominent San Francisco based designer, Rebecca Beeson, offered Brandon a position to launch their first menswear collection, B.Son. For the following four years Brandon worked as head of design, production, and sales overseeing all aspects of the collection. By 2007 Brandon was named Sportswear International's Best New Designer of the Year.

Eager to explore and expand on his own vision, Brandon parted ways with B.Son in 2009 and launched his first collection, B:SCOTT with his Father Tom.

The intention of B:SCOTT was to create menswear that encapsulated the fusion of Japanese and German aesthetics. In March of 2010, Brandon produced his first runway show for Concept LA Fashion Week. Melissa Magsaysay, in The Los Angeles Times, wrote: "The most impressive point of the event was the B:SCOTT runway show." Today, Brandon oversees creative, sales and production for all four brands.

SARAH SCOTT creative / marketing / operations

Sarah graduated from the University of California, Santa Barbara with a B.A. in psychology but quickly decided that her passion resided within a creative field. At the age of 19, she started her first business, Ten. Image Consulting, where she styled numerous fashion shows, photo shoots,and dressed some of the country's most prominent entrepreneurs. After moving to Los Angeles, a client introduced her to Carlo Mondavi, the grandson of vintner, Robert Mondavi. Mondavi was launching a luxury goods company encompassing wine, stemware, and skin care products. She worked with the Mondavis in Product Development.

Soon afterward, she was offered a marketing position at SBE Entertainment Group in Los Angeles. It was there that she had the unique opportunity to work under renowned designer Philippe Starck. Gaining invaluable experience in design, Sarah worked in product development and played an integral role in the development of some of Los Angeles's top commercial properties including SLS Hotel Beverly Hills, XIV Michael Mina Restaurant, Katsuya Restaurant, and Hyde Lounge.

In 2011, Sarah joined the SCOTT x SCOTT team as Marketing Director and in 2012 Sarah launched her first collection titled, "A Stranger I Came." The collection was an extension of her own personal style--tailored, comfortable, and sophisticated. Today, her collection can be found in some of the country's best boutiques from Sofia in Chicago to American Rag in Los Angeles.

TOM SCOTT corporate / accounting / web development

Tom O. Scott started his business career more than 30 years ago, founding a wholesale magazine distribution agency that later was purchased by Ingram Industries in Nashville, the largest wholesaler of books, software, videos, and magazines in the world. Ingram moved Tom and his family to Nashville, where Tom ran the publisher fulfillment division, with over $100 million in sales, while his wife Marlene ran the magazine distribution company. During that time, Tom earned an M.B.A. at Vanderbilt. In 1995, the Scott family moved to Encinitas CA, where Tom developed a successful software consultancy business. In 2009, Tom and Brandon teamed up to start B:SCOTT LLC, with Tom providing the accounting and software engineering expertise to complement the sales and creative talent of his son, Brandon.

Tom is also an award winning nature photographer, with several regional and international prizes and an online gallery.