Detroit designer launches ‘Camaro vs. Everybody’ line

Melissa Burden
The Detroit News

Detroit designer and entrepreneur Tommey Walker Jr. has launched a new “Camaro vs. Everybody” apparel line, after securing a Chevrolet automotive license, the first automotive license of his design.

The line is available through and mirrors the style of Walker’s “Detroit vs. Everybody” clothing line. A men’s T-shirt is priced at $34.99. A hooded sweatshirt, crewneck sweatshirt, long sleeved T-shirt and women’s T-shirt also are available.

“Detroit vs. Everybody started as a way to express pride in my hometown,” Walker said in a statement. “Camaro vs. Everybody serves the same purpose for Camaro fans, who know their favorite sports car is second to none.”

Chevrolet this fall launched the new 2016 Camaro, a sixth-generation muscle car that is more than 200 pounds lighter than the previous generation, is more athletic and features a new architecture and refined looks.

“The Camaro is a worthy contender for any performance car, which is perfectly summed up by Tommey Walker’s trademark design,” Steve Majoros, marketing director for Chevrolet cars, said in a statement.

Walker, 29, has been in business three years. He prints T-shirts, sweatshirts and clothing items in Detroit and the brand represents the “pride and unapologetic spirit of our beloved Detroit,” according to Walker’s website.

(313) 222-2319