Paul Trible is the founder, CEO, and shirt designer of Ledbury, a luxury men’s clothier. Ben Domenech interviews the fashion entrepreneur on this episode of The Federalist Radio Hour about how the 2008 Lehman collapse led him to start a shirt company. Trible shares what he’s learned about design, business, and dressing men.
“It’s shirt-making– this has been going on for hundreds of years so we are aware of that,” he said. “But I think at the same time we were comforted by that we weren’t creating like the new solar technology, but that if we created a great product, used great materials, priced it at value…we could create a business that worked.”
Listen to the full interview here: