TZUJI: definition (zhu-zhee): The look of being been made most fabulous. 

Larry Tee’s clothing brand TZUJI 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 Missy Elliott, Jimmy Fallon, RuPaul, 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.

TZUJI debuted at London Fashion Week and has been picked up by stockists including Dover Street Market (NYC), VFILES, Patricia Field’s (NYC), Flasher (LA), The Super Space (Singapore), The House Of La Rue (NYC, Brooklyn), Bauhaus (Hong Kong), That Store (Amsterdam), Goldsmith's (Charing Cross, London Portobello Market), The Last Butcher Shop (Copenhagen), Background (Barcelona), Burggasse 24 (Vienna), Runway International (VIenna), Borderline Apparel (London), Jenco (Taipei), Distal Phalanx (Melbourne), Quadrat (Berlin), Chaos in Form (Berlin), Happy Shop (Berlin), and Strike (Naples).