736A Franklin Avenue (Between Park & Sterling)
Brooklyn, NY 11238

Telephone: 1.347.789.5513

Wednesday, December 9, 2009

About Time ScreenPrinting

About Time Boutique is known for putting the "Burn" in screen. Check out our site to view some of the great T Shirts/Designs we have printed. Call or visit us, Located in the new "Posh" area of Crown Heights Brooklyn, 736A Franklin Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11238, 347.789.5513. Please expect more photos to come. Business owners take advantage of our great package's... advertising is always the best route. www.abouttimeboutique.com

Don't be left behind... advertise your product, your business or start your own tee shirt line. 

Thursday, October 29, 2009

Discovering real roots...

Trinidad is astonishing, from the beaches to the lifestyle of the people from trinidad is breath taking. the culture speaks for its self.

by: Marie Lazare
collective concept PR intern

Thursday, October 1, 2009

About Time Boutique has a new online Image

Hi! its Marie again... the famous intern. After doing great with online sales, About Time felt the need to step their site up another notch! We revamped our new site just for the love of our customers. There's no fun in seeing the same product over and over and the same apply's for a site. This is for you... The customer. The fall season is here and new brands are coming in so stay tuned.

See ya next week!

Thursday, September 24, 2009

What to wear today?

This is your favorite intern again. Shapes, colors and style... a.k.a. kicks,bags and tops! This question seems to be a common one every morning... "what am i going to wear today?" Hmm... lets see... how about this krow hill tie die striped tee, these white Radii sneakers and this hot diesel book bag...yes!! guess i am set! off to school... next tuesday we'll do this again.

Ghost Web Intern for About Time Boutique
Come visit me...

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

2009 Fashion Week: Krow Hill Walks

Hi my name is Marie the new intern for ccpr and About Time Boutique is my 1st project! My experience at fashion week was AMAZING, being around such creative people that take fashion so seriously was the most important thing that caught my eye. (LIGHTS, CAMERA, ACTION!) When I stepped inside the Buddah Bar the place looked outstanding, from models prepping for hair and makeup in order to rock the runway and me helping out with seating arrangements... can you say "working under pressure". I never been to a fashion show before, but for my first time being there it was an experience I'll never forget. Inclosing, watching the Krow Hill models come out and walk the runway to greet the audience made me even more proud to apart of this team. I am excited with this internship and look forward to filling you in on our weekly activities. Leave your comment and i'll definitely respond... hey that's my job!

by: Marie Lazare
Collective Concept PR Intern

Monday, August 31, 2009

Time Out ... is that Krow Hill?!

Issue 727 September 3-9 Time Out New York.... We did it again Brooklyn.

For the second time, Time Out New York will be discussing the founder, Kevin Phillip, of the Krow Hill line & About Time Boutique. They will be covering the West Indidan day parade and selected Phillip and his clothing line as it represtents both New York and the West Indies. Phillip, who was born in Trinidad epitomizes a hard working business man and his hard work is being recognized. Be sure to check out for the article! 


Actors Appreciate Krow Hill... We appreciate the love too.

Check out actors Ephraim Fetti Benton and J Kyle Manzay wearing Krow Hill!
Ephraim Fetti Benton (shown in the black, white, and blue Krow Hill shirt) is an HBO Latino award winnig actor. His work includes roles in The Soprano's, Baby Boy, Prison Song, and Brown Paper Bags.

J Kyle Manzay shown above with Krow Hill founder Kevin Phillip has acted in films such asAmerican Gangster, and is a huge fan of the line.

Wednesday, August 5, 2009

Here We Go Again People: Live at Hello Brooklyn The Brooklyn Banger Concert Series

The folks over at Brooklyn Banger are gear up for the next installation of the series, only this time even better! Check out some of the featured artist below.

So often we've heard stories of young African-American males succumbing to the call of inner city street life by chasing the dream of expensive cars and fast money. Having parents who battled drug addiction and were in and out of prison, one would expect a child to be influenced by the major authority figures in their lives but not Travis "Bossman" Holifield, who found sanctuary in writing and creating music. Growing up in Baltimore City home of HBO's "The Wire" and "Homicide: Life on the Streets", Bossman was able to put a positive spin on the negative light that his city has been placed in creating and selling hit mix tapes which would give birth to Baltimore's street anthem "O" and the hit singles "I Did It" and "Off da Record" which was a five minute record that flooded the Mid-Atlantic as it touched on real life topics such as politics relating not only to music but the world and religion . These songs and four others were produced by 1 Up Entertainment who has also produced tracks for mainstream artist such as Keyshia Cole, J-Lo, Jahiem, Raheem DeVaughn, Sisqo, and Ice Cube. Those mix tape would go on to sell 25,000 copies leading to Bossman's independently released "Law and Order" which sold 10,000 copies just months after it's release date.

Balance, answers Kel Spencer to the question “What is the key to life?” This Brooklyn native lives up to that response in every sense of the word. Not only is Kel Spencer often called the best rapper you’ve never heard of but he’s also Co-Chairman of his own imprints 3RD Power Music Group & Double L Communications. He’s a public speaker and ghostwriter for artists such as Nick Cannon, MC Lyte, Wyclef Jean, Teddy Riley and Will Smith co-writing songs like the AMERICAN MUSIC AWARD WINNING “Switch.” While finishing his own album, Kel is also a community leader preparing to launch his Pens of Power after school literacy program, and is the Co-Author of a weekly devotional entitled "L. Bennett's Weekly Bread." While occasionally writing commercial jingles and Theme Songs, it’s safe to call this A Balancing Act. Kel Spencer The Promise set aside his promising future in football while attending Morgan State declaring that, “GOD blessed me with more than one gift and I think I can help a greater cause by doing the music thang.” His gift has been displayed on dozens of mix-tapes, along with an unparalleled live stage presence with over 75 showcases including his own monthly ‘Secret Showcase.’ Kel most recently was featured on projects like DJ Jazzy Jeff's "Return of The Magnificent" while his single “The Building” has made rotation on MTV-Base & Channel U in The UK and neighboring regions. His vocals have been heard on The Wild Wild West Soundtrack, Will Smiths Willennium, and Born to Reign. Additionally, Kel has acquired press in/on E! Entertainment, SMACK DVD, XXL Magazine, ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY, BILLBOARD, VIBE, ESPN Magazine, HUSH, SPORTS ILLUSTRATED (On Campus Edition), BLACK BEAT, HIP HOP CONNECTION and loads of e-magazines. Kel fulfilled all of these accomplishments while on a strict athletic regiment and taking care of educational business pursuits at Morgan State University’s Earl G. Graves School of Business. As a New York All City quarterback, at Brooklyn’s Canarsie High School, Lennie Bennett aka Kel Spencer, has always had the passion for leadership and winning. “I think that humans have an innate need to believe in something, It’s just in our nature to want better. But black music as a whole doesn’t feed that need,” says Kel. “I want the 3RD Power brand to fill that void. Partying, having fun and making money are all cool but we need to keep an eye on the big picture at the same time.” With an emerging international presence, and an undeniable Live Stage Show, Kel is focused on branding and building his buzz to snowball into his debut album, ONE WAY, set for release in 2009. The Who Is Kel Spencer?, Brooklyn Spartans, and Global Connection Mixtapes, all aid in my street buzz but I want to truly establish myself as a brand rather than just have two decent singles and disappear. I’ve seen all of the success stories and all of the failures. By intertwining my creativity with my God given charisma and just good Hip Hop music, I have a winning formula. A formula, that even the big companies ignore. I’m the Block Apostle, you’ll see. Dubbed the Hip Hop Moses, Mr. Spencer intends on leading us to the Promised Land. Kel Spencer The Promise, hmmm sounds promising.


Cocoa Sarai's the epitome of a true artist. She is already garnering the attention of several major label executives, ring tone and publishing companies. Cocoa stands at barely five feet tall and her larger than life personality can be heard throughout her music. When pCocoa Saraierforms, everyone stops and listens. Her live shows are captivating and her street buzz is major. Unlike many other artists who attempt to follow current trends, Cocoa Sarai is fearless and it is her ability to create with no boundaries that allows her music to have a universal appeal.

Cocoa Saraiis definitely an artist of a new breed. Her Pop-soul sound is a fierce combination of past, present, and future. Energy driven and packed with emotion, Cocoa’s music is multi-dimensional. “My music is my therapy. I see colors when I write and my feelings are heard when I sing.” There is a complex innocence heard in her music that resonates as clear as the beautiful flowers that she sometimes wears in her hair – and everyone gets it. Cocoa Sarai is a rare gem and there is no doubt that she will dominate the charts with her irresistible ear candy

Shanelle Gabriel has been labeled a virtuosa, and she definitely validates that statement as a soulful singer, a gifted writer, astounding actress, and advocate for Lupus awareness. Born and raised in Brooklyn, NY, she has displayed her skills at colleges and venues across the country. She both opened and featured on the 6th season premier of HBO's Def Poetry Jam along with Jill Scott and DMX. She recorded a nationally televised promo for the 2007 NFL Draft. Shanelle shared the stage with Nas for his 2008 album release concert for "The N Word," and featured in Q-Tip's video for "ManWomanBoogie." She also performed and worked with artists such as Les Nubians, Redman, Erick Sermon, and with comedians such as Rob Stapleton and Michael Blackson. She was a member of the 2006 Nuyorican Poets Cafe National Slam Team and a competitor in the 2007 Individual World Poetry Slam Competition in Vancouver, Canada.

Shanelle presently tours the US and abroad, facilitates creative writing workshops throughout New York City and promotes Lupus awareness. Her amazing debut album, "Start Something" fuses Shanelle's skill at spoken word poetry with her soulful, sultry singing. Using her upbeat pop, old school hip-hop, and inspirational soul sound, Shanelle's vibrant personality shines through each word and melody she shares.


A fusion of street style and classical training, along with intricate song specific dance

works, DS creates a very unique style of dance. These young innovators began their

intense Hip-Hop dance training at BLADE Dance Academy as choreographers in 2003.

DS has worked with and Meah Pace of UPN 9’s “Are You the Girl”, Mika, and many

new artists and labels. With a versatile performing arts background in Music, Theater,

and Classical Dance, Drew Carter and Soraya Lundy began collaborating in High School at the Frank Sinatra School of the Arts and has since choreographed pieces for Atlantic Records and Universal Records, National Dance Week, Choreographer’s Ball 2005, Nike, Adidas, Mary Kay, The NBA,The City Kids Foundation, E-Moves at Aaron Davis Hall, and the first Hip-Hop Dance Convention at the Apollo Theater in November of 2006. DS is currently working with JYP Artist GSoul and are now members of The Amount Boyz.


Tuesday, August 4, 2009



Tuesday, July 28, 2009

Kids' Day turned into a BK Water Park!!!

On Saturday About Time Boutique had their second annual Kids' Day Event and it was a HUGE success. Adults and kids alike came out to have a great time in the beautiful Brooklyn weather. There was water all over the place, water slide, dunking tank, water balloons, open johnny pump, it was our own little water park in Brooklyn. If you missed it, you missed a great day! But you can check out some of the pics below and try to imagine you were there :)