Introducing designer Teddy Glickman who moved from SoCal to Berlin and needed a coat — and launched his own fashion brand for men
When you first meet Teddy Glickman you can’t help an instant crush. He is young and has a velvety voice. He takes his time to speak which gives him an air of masculinity that is rare to find in a 27-year old. Not surprisingly, his own appearance reflects his approach to clothes, which have a certain softness without being feminine.
Glickman has not yet given many interviews as a designer, however, the occasional glimpse of insecurity must not be misinterpreted as a lack of assertiveness about his work. Again, a reflection of his brand: although he is still figuring out what he wants it to be (which, at this stage, is totally okay, and we’re curious what’s next), one thing is for sure, he does have a voice — and he wants it to be personal.
Meet Teddy Glickman who traded in Southern California for Berlin and, for obvious reasons, needed a coat. He decided to sew it himself because he couldn’t find one he liked (Glickman is a self-taught sewer, however, the finishing of his sample collection was close to impeccable) — the foundation for the brand of the same name which he launched in 2017.