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Inspiring Conversations with Justin Allmond of Authentik Religion

Today we’d like to introduce you to Justin Allmond.

Hi Justin, thanks for sharing your story with us. To start, maybe you can tell our readers some of your backstory.
Ever since I was in middle school, I’ve always had a great sense in fashion and was always inspired by other friends starting their brands. I just needed to come up with a brand name with meaning to define me. Being from South Central and being an athlete helped me a lot with building connections to help me get to where I am today.

We all face challenges, but looking back would you describe it as a relatively smooth road?
It hasn’t been a smooth road at all, with other entrepreneurs from the same area with the same background made it quite difficult with creating graphic ideas that’ll cause others attention without mimicking other brand ideas.

As you know, we’re big fans of Authentik Religion. For our readers who might not be as familiar what can you tell them about the brand?
Growing up in LA, it’s always been what’s the hottest and how good can you rock it differently, I’ve always believed to always be original in what You believe is the best way of styling your clothes. I’m mostly known for my unique color-ways and quote selections, every drop is a chapter of my life so I create something for the side of the hat to bring meaning to the hat you’re wearing. Going through a lot of adversity in my life brought a lot of creativity and meaning to anything I create and put onto garments.

So maybe we end on discussing what matters most to you and why?
Seeing people believe in my brand and movement. Staying down with me until I become part of the hottest brands in LA means the world. It’s more than just a brand it’s a movement I’d like the world to know and believe in. Having people outside of where you come from support you and believe in you is something else that means a lot. The goal is to inspire and motivate others to start up their next small business/hustle. To live and die in LA you’re never satisfied to work paycheck to pack check becoming your own boss is everyone’s goal.


  • Hoodies range $50-$80
  • Hats range from $50-$60
  • Shirts $40-$50
  • Other accessories $25-$35

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Image Credits
Ty and Kenny Job Jamal Juan

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