Caleb, or as I call my son Cal, is a mens designer who's originality is limitless. I am not kidding. Nor, am I saying this only because I am his mother and business partner.
But, as you will see literally everything that he has put out into the world during his fashion career has been original, creative, and ahead of it's time.
Coming up in the city of Chicago, I have taught him since childhood how to design fine hand-made clothes ranging from custom fashion, to bespoke, to couture for a conservative client looking for a classic personal timeless style.
However, you would never guess that by looking at the work that he has put out into the world under his brands Gsb Wearables and Jior Couture. Literally everything he has put out under his brands has been surprising and incredibly innovative.
Many of his all original design elements have been knocked-off by the likes of several household name brands in fashion mens designer fashion. Since there is no way to patent designs unfortunately they get away with it. I am not even going to ascribe to them the dignity of mentioning their names on my page so as to draw further attention to their thieveries. They know who they are and what they do and that is enough.
This is his unspoken rebellion from the the lack of personal expression and gross conservationism of his home town Chicago.
He is a mens designer that always seems to attract the bold trend-setter type clients. He loves designing for fashion-forward musical artists and celebrities that have a loud presence.
Combining fashion and technology was something that Caleb caught onto at an early stage in the now booming trend.
Starting with NFC technology and transitioning to 3D print. His line of 3D printed custom face masks will be launching very soon. So stay tuned!
His wearables have been featured in GQ to Bello Mag making local news and international editorials. The principals that he stands by in his approach are the following:
Nyle Dimarco for Ellements Magazine New York in GSb Wearables supporting a charitable initiative.
Caleb's list of international clients has been on the steady rise for the past three years. He started incorporating 3D printing technology for his international bespoke clients so that he could effectively service their needs without having to have them physically present for a series of fittings. Since the COVID-19 outbreak this has now become standard practice for all of our clients male and female in order to keep social distancing. Perfect fit with zero fittings necessary! Who is ready to say goodbye to fittings forever? Viola!
How is this possible? It is actually quite simple.
Imagine having a seasonal bespoke wardrobe gifted at no charge. Becoming an official benefactor involves trading useful goods, services, or resources at a equal value to the bespoke wardrobe.
Have a conversation with mens designer Caleb Garcia-Taylor today and find out if you can qualify.
Caleb is not an entirely vegan designer, but a huge health, sustainability, and fitness proponent. He is a crossfitter who eats an entirely plant-based diet. He loves animals and insists on non-cruelty fabrics and fibers. Caleb is very particular about his ethical fabric selection including bamboo silk fabrics and pineapple leather. He also believes in sustainable manufacturing opting for methods that leave a zero-to-nil footprint on the environment like traditional hand-made methods.
Caleb is always involved in an environmentally friendly charitable initiative from marine-life conservation education using fashion show to supporting artisan moms in 3rd world countries to keep the art of hand craftsmanship alive and well.