VENTNOR, NJ, August 15, 2010 (Press-News.org) New Jersey may prove to be the home of the best kept secret in the world of fashion. Designers and entrepreneurs Michael Migioia, Jordan Escourt and Vincent Field have come up with a line of clothing that has caught the attention of some of Hollywood's most famous reality TV stars.
Cindy Margolis, Survivor winner Jenna Morasca and Jersey Shore cast members Angelina and Mike "The Situation" sampled Paid To Live custom T Shirts and as Margolis remarked, "Paid To Live is an amazing line. I can't wait until we have them sold here on the West Coast."
Co founder Jordan Escourt says, "Paid To Live isn't just a clothing line, it's a lifestyle. It's the intention of the Paid to Live brand to spread that you should be paid to do what you love to do. Basically, that's how the world's top reality stars live their lives."
With Hollywood taking notice it's just a matter of time before Paid To Live clothing blows up nationally.
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Paid To Live Clothing Catches Hollywood's Eye
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