The Story Of 5001 Flavors ...
The “best kept secret” of award-winning fashion stylists, film, music video and television wardrobe stylists, and celebrities 5001 FLAVORS celebrates 25 years of operating their custom-clothing and accessories, fashion styling and manufacturing family business.
Established in 1992 by the Harlem, NY born and raised husband and wife Guy Sr. Wood and Sharene Wood (formerly Barnett) gained “behind the scenes” notoriety by creating iconic fashions including: extraordinary leather ensembles for the late Notorious BIG to Grammy award winner Alicia Keys; to futuristic designs for Grammy award winner entertainer/producer Missy Elliot. Exotic fur creations for hip hop’s Fat Joe; career evolving ensembles for professional athletes like NBA star Carmelo Anthony, to Super Bowl NFL star Victor Cruz, and looks for NBL star CC Sabathia; to rare costumes designed for hip hop’s mogul Sean P Diddy, to designs for Beyonce and daughter Blue Ivy and many more.
Against the rise and tide of entertainment, sports and pop culture 5001 FLAVORS has grown to include: their award-winning retail space (Harlem Haberdashery), two philanthropic organizations (#TakeCareofHarlem and The League: DGM) and expanded into lifestyle items including accessories, automobile interiors and home furnishings and spirits (HH Bespoke Spirits).
5001 FLAVORS has been highlighted at such cultural institutions including: Museum of the City of New York and the Schomburg Center for Black Research.