Fox Digital—Harrison Butker, Kansas City Chiefs kicker and co-founder of the fashion brand Shepherd’s, told Fox News Digital about his new menswear company, as well as his fervent faith beliefs.
While the company’s founders are practicing Catholics, they reject the label that Shepherd’s is a “Catholic company.” Its products, they said, are for all men seeking to elevate themselves and the world around them.
“Being Catholic is central to everything I do and everything I am,” Butker told Fox News Digital. “I love being able to bring Catholic virtues into any business that I am involved in.”
Price offered similar sentiments, saying, “My Catholic faith has shaped how I approach every part of our business.”
Dressing well, said Price, “shows respect for ourselves and for others, reflecting our belief in the dignity of human life.”
That commitment to human dignity extends to the companies that Shepherd’s uses to source their materials.
Price continued, “I am proud that all of our garments and materials are made in mills and tailoring houses that have been around for centuries. The workers there are paid fair wages, and can afford to buy homes and cars, and go on holiday.”