Street Commerce is an effort to give people the resources to express Individualism. It is a fact that all individuals are made different but to us no one is better than the nextThe rights of the customers and members of our community is the upmost importance. Using our resources, we can pinpoint pieces of great expression to reach our main goal of a creative outlet. With our curation of the luxury re-sell market, this focus is brought to the forefront of our business and image.
Clinton Love (Owner + Founder)
Inspired by shopping hauls in the heart of the LES and consignment store lined street of Melrose Ave, Clint Love heads Street Commerce as a founder, CEO, and creative director. Travel and shopping experiences molded the blueprint of what Clint envisioned the flagship Street Commerce store could be: an inclusive platform in the South that tethered designers from around the globe in a welcoming and educational context. Clint oversees the daily store direction, plans lookbooks to highlight inventory, and coordinates art exhibitions and concerts with partnering art collectives and musicians in Charlotte and LA.
Jeremy Love (Founder + CTO)
Jeremy Love takes the lead on buying merchandise for SC and has relayed his eclectic and far ranging style in each piece he sources. Jeremy has cultivated an appreciation for the clean sartorial looks offered by European designers like Acne Studios, Jacqemus, and A.P.C.—married with JUNNJ, Kapital, Issey Miyake and Japanese contemporaries in design— and chooses to curate the store’s (all white) racks to illuminate the genius behind each brands’ design direction. He is an autodidact, schooled through the world of reselling and toiling online for new exciting independent designers.
Alessandro Marculino (Retail Management)
Alex has carried the styling and merchandising direction of SC since its inception in 2017 and is often the first face met when any patron drops into the NoDA flagship location. Running the consignment program is no light feat, but Alex gracefully leads client styling and editorial shoots as well as managing e-commerce.
Ethan Connell (Retail + E-Commerce Management)
Ethan loves to explore the rich history of fashion houses by examining older seasons, mainly Japanese Americana or American Grunge. Ethan is new to Street Commerce, Ethan quickly joined the team full time. Similar to Alex, Ethan would be one of the first faces you encounter upon entering the flagship NoDa store. His knowledge of the fashion market helps the store in buying and selling new exciting luxury pieces.
Danny Perez (Customer Relations + Market Analysis)
Danny prides himself on being up to date In fashion and culture news, sourcing trendy products from popular new brands to help balance the archival vision of Street Commerce with current style direction. His customer service goal is to create long lasting relationships with people, to be reliable in a market where sellers are untrustworthy and hard to depend on.