The Living Our Ridiculous Dreams Episode

This week we have a special guest joining us to offer a man's perspective on everything from butt implants to mental health awareness, and of course, rompers. 

Meet the Creator of LORDS

 I'm Anthony Hezekiah and I'm the owner of Lords which stands for Living Our Ridiculous Dreams. I came up with the name in 2013 after not having any money but still being thankful for living in Atlanta and trying to do something with my life. This is OUR brand. I feel it encompasses everything in life that represents growth, progression, goals and dreams. So often people will say our dreams are too big or "ridiculous" and most of the time they're right because we listen to them. I created this brand because one day I looked up and was doing what I said I would be doing 5 years prior. I want people to be able to feel like somebody believes in them when they wear our clothing. I want them to know they can do anything! Living Our Ridiculous Dreams is exactly what it says... The only limits are the ones we place on ourselves.

I'm Anthony Hezekiah and I'm the owner of Lords which stands for Living Our Ridiculous Dreams. I came up with the name in 2013 after not having any money but still being thankful for living in Atlanta and trying to do something with my life. This is OUR brand. I feel it encompasses everything in life that represents growth, progression, goals and dreams. So often people will say our dreams are too big or "ridiculous" and most of the time they're right because we listen to them. I created this brand because one day I looked up and was doing what I said I would be doing 5 years prior. I want people to be able to feel like somebody believes in them when they wear our clothing. I want them to know they can do anything! Living Our Ridiculous Dreams is exactly what it says... The only limits are the ones we place on ourselves.

Be sure to support Anthony and shop Lords. If you're interested here's where you can find Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans from Colonial Times to the Present by Harriet Washington.