Katy 13-year-old boy turns bow ties into big business

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Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Boss life! 13-year-old turns bow ties into big business
Brice started to make bow ties and sell them to help his family financially when his mom became ill. Now his passion for fashion has been encouraging people to "dress to impress for the right success."

KATY, Texas -- Brice Everhart is only 13 years old, but he looks more like a CEO.

Dressed to the nines and carrying a briefcase, this teen has a passion for fashion. He started his menswear line, Vallaire's for Men, at the age of eight.

The young entrepreneur first began his business as a way to help his family financially when his mother became ill and was unable to work. Brice was inspired by his older sister, who is a fashion designer, to begin creating his own custom designs.

Brice began selling his line at business expos and set up a pop-up shop at Houston's Galleria last year. Notable clients include Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner and megachurch pastor T.D. Jakes, and he even gave a lapel pin to former president Barack Obama!

For more information on Vallaire's for Men, click here.