Sunday, July 31, 2011

Paducah, KY 8th of August Weekend Jumpoffs!

Friday Aug. 5th at Club Plush!

Saturday Aug. 6th at the Paducah Expo Center!
Buy tickets at ShowClix or at any of the spots on the flyer below!

J. Noir 3/4 Sleeve Men’s Baseball Style Tee

Inspired by the YORK Peppermint Patty, the J. Noir 3/4 sleeve baseball tee is perfect for staying cool on hot summer days and showin’ off ya lower forearm tats.


Monday, July 18, 2011

Just when you thought we were done…


LADIES, we haven’t forgot about ya!
Look for the ladies J. Noir line dropping in August!


Sunday, July 17, 2011


Blood Sweat & Tears Crewneck

Released in the December 2010 soft launch, the Blood Sweat & Tears Crewneck was inspired by the Varsity Red/White Retro 13 Jordans.


Saturday, July 16, 2011

The Boroughs of Paducah Tee

The Boroughs of Paducah

Couldn’t forget where it all started so we showed love back to the home team.
Its only right that we dedicated the first tee to the hometown.

J Noir Clothing

Thursday, July 14, 2011

The Come Up

Welcome to the J. Noir clothing blog! Here is where you will be able to find the latest ideas, products, and clothing from the J. Noir team.  We will also be showcasing music, fashion, photography, parties and charity work throughout Kentucky.

Bookmark us, link us, follow us on Twitter and stay tuned…


J Noir Clothing

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

Introducing the creator: Jeff Williams


J. Noir - "J" being the first letter in my name and "Noir" is French for the word black. Put together, J. Noir represents a young black male that came from a family that would be considered part of the "lower socio-economic" culture in America. It represents my constant struggle to stay above all obstacles and maintain focus.  Having said that, I am currently at the midpoint of my academic career at an accredited university. This experience is preparing me for corporate America, and my clothing line will be a mirrored image of my life. J.Noir represents the matriculation of a black male starting from the bottom who is doubted by not only individuals but society as well. I refuse to call the line "J.Black" simply because I wanted to deviate from what society expects from today's black male...simplicity.  Therefore, I sought to find a word that not only represented myself, but personified my style as well as my clothing.  It was then that I decided to search the elegant and beautiful speakings of the French culture, and found the perfect translation for the word "black"-- Noir. J. Noir not only tells the story of a young black professional in America, but it tells the story of how style and sophistication meet in urban society.