WESTVILLE, NJ---Eight year ago Maureen Keough and her brother Jim were designing and making alternative clothing for punk rockers and rockabilly aficionados out of the basement of a hair salon on iconic South Street in Philadelphia.
What started as a part-time business has evolved into a full line of clothing and brand called Too Fast. The Westville-based clothing/design manufacturer is literally busting at the seams. Their wholesaling and online retail operations are growing at a rapid pace.
Maureen likes to say, the Too Fast Brand is where music, punk, rockabilly, tattoos and fashion come together. “I was a college dropout,” said Maureen. “I just picked it up as I went along.”
Maureen and three other designers come up with the ideas for new designs. “To stay up on fashion, you have to live it. Every day, we’re shopping, flipping through fashion magazines, checking out art, listening to music, watching runway shows, and reading our trending... Read More