By  on August 21, 2019

Jeremey Tahari, the 18-year-old son of Elie Tahari and Rory Tahari, is out to make his mark in the fashion business. He and his two partners, Jack August and Jack Teitelbaum, have launched a brand called Anti, a men’s luxury streetwear brand, but a lot of the fits are unisex.

“Forty percent of our engagement online has been women. It’s kind of a mix,” said Tahari, cofounder and chief executive officer, who’s going into his senior year in high school in London. Teitelbaum, who is chief operating officer, is a sophomore at George Washington University, and August, chief marketing officer and creative director, is a sophomore at NYU Gallatin School of Individualized Study. The business is financed by the three partners and their families.

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