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    Former SGA PResident, Quintin Paschall ’19 collaborates with Urban Outfitters

    February 26, 2024

    Morehouse College has a rich history of nurturing talented individuals who significantly impact the world. Quintin Paschall, a member of the Class of 2019 and former Student Government Association (SGA) President, is a shining example of this tradition. Quintin recently collaborated with Urban Outfitters for an exclusive clothing collection, celebrating Black History Month uniquely and artistically.

    Quintin Paschall's artistic journey began during his sophomore year at Morehouse College, where he would captivate the attention of his peers by carrying a sign that simply read, "Ask 'Bout My Art." This creative endeavor marked the humble beginnings of Quintin's journey into the world of art and design. Graduating in the pivotal year of 2019, when philanthropist Robert Smith generously paid off the student loan debt for the entire class, Paschall took his talents to Brooklyn, New York, where he dedicated himself to teaching at an all-boys charter school.

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    In 2020, Quintin transformed the design of his original sign into a shirt, kickstarting his journey into clothing design. The phrase "Support De' Homies" adorned his creations, encapsulating a spirit of camaraderie and mutual support. These early designs reflected Quintin's commitment to fostering a sense of unity and upliftment within the community.

    In 2022, Quintin decided to return to his hometown in Washington, DC, fully embracing his role as a full-time artist and designer. This move marked a significant turning point in his career, allowing him to draw inspiration from the rich cultural tapestry of the nation's capital.

    The collaboration with Urban Outfitters is a testament to Quintin's dedication to celebrating Black creativity and expression. The exclusive clothing collection pays homage to his formative years at Morehouse College, infusing each piece with a sense of history, pride, and cultural significance.

    The collection features a range of designs that showcase his unique artistic style, with bold graphics and messages that resonate with themes of unity, empowerment, and the celebration of Black history. From stylish T-shirts to statement accessories, each item in the collection tells a story of resilience, creativity, and the collective strength of the Black community.

    The exclusive collection is not just a set of clothing; it's a statement, an embodiment of Black excellence, and a visual representation of the journey Quintin has embarked upon. As we wear these pieces, we carry a piece of history and a reminder that creativity knows no bounds.

    Shop the full collection at

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