The William Wilson Black Label Party

The William Wilson Black Label Party was an overwhelming success. Thank you to everyone that came out. I truly appreciate you taking time out of your busy schedules to support the 3rd anniversary of William Wilson Clothing.

The Black Label Party was held at the private residence of Doug Ehmann, at the Trust Building; Charlotte’s most exclusive residential building and home of  Michael Jordan. The unit is on the market, by the way, for $1.6 milllion.  All food was provided by Chef Michael Bowling, and was a common source of conversation throughout the night. Photography was provided by Ron Deshaises of Treasured Events of Charlotte, and Kevin Douglas of Captured by Kevin. Music was provided by Kevin Porter of Elite Entertainment. Gift bags were sponsored by Remy Cointreau, and contained bottles of Remy Martin VSOP and Macallan Cask Strength. And the drinks were professionally mixed by mixologist Johnny Walker.

The Black Label Party was the star-studded event of the year. Attendees included current Carolina Panthers James Anderson, Legadu Naanee, and Jason Williams, NBA legend Eric “Sleepy” Floyd, former NFL players Al Wallace, Mo Collins, Leonard Wheeler, Hess Hempstead, and Collin Branch, NASCAR drivers Brad Coleman and Landon Cassill, and ESPN Analyst Justin Kutcher. Even Bobcats President Fred Whitfield made an appearance. Charlotte CEOs Michelle Fish of Integra Staffing and Bankston Partners, Ryan Stone of Jetpool, Real Estate Superagent Shane McDevitt, of McDevitt Real Estate Agency, Tom Kakadelis of Outland Cigar, CEO, Eric McCoy, Todd Albaum of Scarlet Plus, and Sonya Barnes of the International Fashion Style Academy were also in attendance.

The much anticipated William Wilson “Exclusivo” cigar was introduced to the cigar savvy crowd, to outstanding reviews. The unanimous consensus was, it is an extraordinary cigar, and well worth the 2 years it took to develop it. Many liked its subtle blend of a smooth blend, with a slight robust bite, accented with a lovely hint of coffee and chocolate, and no aftertaste. Pre-orders were taken and delivery will begin at the beginning of February.

I would like to personally thank everyone that has helped make William Wilson Clothing the success it has become. Without you, I am just a country boy from Arkansas with a wild idea. I could not have done this alone. It took all of you to make this happen. Thank you again.

God bless and dress well,

William Wilson, CEO

William Wilson Clothing

William Wilson to Design Jacket for Bronko Nagurski Winner

From  the Grammys, to the Oscars, to NASCAR, if there is a high profile sports award to be given, celebrity clothing designer, William Wilson appears to be the man to call. The Bronko Nagurski Awards are no exception. William Wilson has been chosen to design the jacket for the winner of the 2011 Bronko Nagurski Award. This is one of the most prestigious awards in all of sports. It is presented to the top defensive player in college football. The award will be presented on December 12 at 7PM, at the Westin Hotel.

Previous award winners include some of the most recognizable names in the NFL. Some of the legendary winners are Warren Sapp, Champ Bailey, Charles Woodson, Terrell Suggs, James Laurenitus, Brian Orakpo, and last year’s winner Da’Quan Bowers. This years finalists are nothing to sneeze at either. They are Mark Barron from Alabama, Morris Claiborne from LSU, Luke Kuechly from Boston College, Whitney Mercilus from Illinois, and Devon Still from Penn State.

“The Bronko Nagurski Award is about consistency in excellence, at the highest level. The William Wilson brand operates on the same principle. To partner with such prestigious brands as the Bronko Nagurski Award and The Touchdown Club was an easy decision.” says CEO, William Wilson. “I only partner the William Wilson brand with brands that share a common creed. John Rocco has done an amazing job with the Bronko Nagurski brand, and I look forward to a long lasting relationship and productive relationship.”

No one knows who the winner is. That secret is kept well guarded. But whoever it is, they will definitely be well dressed. They will be presented with a midnight black, custom sports coat from the William Wilson Black Label Collection. The Black Label is an invitation-only collection, and it one of the most exclusive clothing brands in the world. Though the jacket will be priceless, a regular sports coat from the collection has a starting retail price of $3500.