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Alex Carleton is an American clothing and home-goods designer. He was the founder of Rogues Gallery and was the creative director of an L.L.Bean capsule brand, L.L.Bean Signature. He is currently creative director of Filson.

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Early life

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Carleton grew up on Cape Cod and attended the Cambridge School in Weston, MA as well as Sarah Lawrence College.

Career

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After working for a short time in a Boston furniture repair shop, Carleton began his design career in New York at Polo Ralph Lauren where he was a senior designer. He did design and branding for Abercrombie & Fitch. He moved to Maine in 1999.

Carleton started Rogues Gallery in 2003 as a side project while he was working for L.L.Bean. Rogues Gallery's T-shirts pioneered the trend toward highly designed graphic T-shirts and were quickly noted in the pages of Vogue and eventually on a number of celebrity clients. The Rogues Gallery store and website have since been closed.

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Carleton was nominated for GQ designer of the year in 2009. That same year he began working on developing the new L.L.Bean Signature line. He subsequently opened a small boutique art and antiques gallery on Cape Cod called Foc'sle. His arrangement with L.L.Bean ended in 2013, and, soon after, he moved to Filson.


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Alex Carleton An Interview With Filsons Alex Carlton Stuarts London
Alex Carleton Garconjon GarconJon meets Alex Carleton Creative Director Filson

References

Alex Carleton Wikipedia


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