TZUJI: definition (zhu-zhee): The look of being been made most fabulous.
Larry Tee’s clothing brand TZUJI is directly inspired by his involvement with the constantly evolving electronic music & club scene (from the early 90’s to present). Worn by celebrities & influencers like Rihanna, Missy Elliott, Jimmy Fallon, Kid ink, Sean Kingston, Big Freedia, and Suzie Bubble, and seen on the Tonight Show, X Factor, and The View, TZUJI’s mass-appeal adds a lot more eye-catching color to the world.
“In fact, there's very little that he hasn't done, from promoting parties to producing tracks and playing in bands. Behind-the-scenes, he helped to launch the careers of artists like RuPaul, Scissor Sisters, and Years and Years; he even coined the term "electroclash." - VICE
“…made with fun, eye-catching prints and modern silhouettes…The club-friendly brand is called TZUJI and was inspired by his own one-of-a-kind vintage pieces that he’s updated into a slick, high-end street gear.” – World of Wonder
"...through it all one jacket stood out. Larry Tee the designer of that jacket, says of the emcee wearing his 'Save The Humans' jacket, that Missy Elliott had 37 thousand rhinestones placed on his creation in her video, 'I'm Better". "20 million views later. It's a dream come true".-- Yahoo Style
TZUJI debuted at London Fashion Week in 2014 and has been picked up by stockists including Dover Street Market (NYC), VFILES, Nylon.com, Patricia Field’s (NYC), Flasher (LA), The Super Space (Singapore), The House Of La Rue (Brooklyn), Goldsmith's (London Portobello Market), The Last Butcher Shop (Copenhagen), Background (Barcelona), Burggasse 24 (Vienna), 600AD (London), Borderline Apparel (London), Jenco (Taipei), Distal Phalanx (Melbourne), Happy Shop (Berlin), and Strike (Naples).