Fashion designer may drop new collection in 2019

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Fashion designer may drop new collection in 2019

In clothing from the Cotton Candy Collection Jordan Moore, senior and CEO of Luxeinc, and Josiah Silva, sophomore, model pieces from the collection.

In clothing from the Cotton Candy Collection Jordan Moore, senior and CEO of Luxeinc, and Josiah Silva, sophomore, model pieces from the collection.

https://www.instagram.com/luxeinc/

In clothing from the Cotton Candy Collection Jordan Moore, senior and CEO of Luxeinc, and Josiah Silva, sophomore, model pieces from the collection.

https://www.instagram.com/luxeinc/

https://www.instagram.com/luxeinc/

In clothing from the Cotton Candy Collection Jordan Moore, senior and CEO of Luxeinc, and Josiah Silva, sophomore, model pieces from the collection.

Jahlyn Blacklock, Staff Reporter

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With two fashion collections already established and one on the way Jordan Moore steps ahead of the average student.

Moore a senior at the high school and CEO of his fashion line, Luxe Inc., entered into a business that is one of the world’s largest grossing industries, bringing in 1.2 trillion a year globally and 250 billion a year in the America.

“I’ve always desired to stand out in a crowd, which can be hard when you’re surrounded by 3,000 fellow Falcons. I wanted to do something no one else my age was doing, something that would last a lifetime and become timeless which is why my designs are simple and chic,” Moore said.

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Jordan Moore, senior and CEO of Luxeinc, and his models show designs from Moore’s Bomb Collection.

Doing just that Moore has his hands full. A lot goes into making clothes and designing a collection.

“First I figure out the theme for the collection. Next, I fund my models, then I put together pieces that are in and would suit the model. Lastly, I select a date with great meaning to me,” Moore said.

With a wide variety of people at the high school Moore’s audience is big.

“My main audience is my peers here in Texas. And one of the many things I love about Texas is how over the top and extra we are by doing so little, so I always try to keep it simple yet bold,” Moore said.

With so much going on in the life of a high school student Moore keeps his life organized with planning and following through on those plans.

Madelyn Daigle, senior, and Jordan Moore, senior and CEO of Luxeinc, show off additional pieces from his Cotton Candy Collection.

“I first started by planning it all out, figuring out who my vendors would be, who would model my clothes, who’d be my photographer, but most importantly, what was going to be the message and lasting impression I’d leave on people,” Moore said.

The date for the next Luxe design has yet to be determined.

“I honestly don’t know (when the next collection will come out). I know for sure this will be my last collection, so I want this one to be perfect. The way things are looking now I may drop at the top of the year,” Moore said.

Presently Moore’s site is down.

“I am changing the look of the site to make sure this collection is bigger than life. (People) should stay tuned and make sure (they) follow our Instagram account @luxeinc,” Moore said.

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