Interview with Janelle Sterling founder of Here, There, Everywear, airport code apparel

airport code

Airport codes are like a special language between travelers.

I’m so excited to introduce Here, There, Everywhere to you. This new apparel brand from NYC is inspired by airport codes. If you love to travel like I do you probably noticed all the airport codes when you fly. The founder of the brand Janelle Sterling is passionate about traveling and decided to launch this travel inspired brand.

You can design your own code on their website herethereeverywhere.com and create memorable moments. Wear this shirt when you are going on your next travel adventure! Use their hashtag #myeverywear and you could be featured on their social media channels and website. Read the interview to find out  more.

What inspired you to start your own brand?
Here, There, Everywear’s airport code apparel was inspired by my (Janelle Sterling, CEO/Founder) passion for travel and years of passing back and forth between airports across 61 countries and 7 continents; I technically sailed to Antarctica but had to fly to Ushia to get the boat.

I realized each flight taught me a new airport code and took me to a new place. I also saw a lot of friends posting on social using airport codes and if I had been there or had just booked a trip I knew exactly what they meant, the airport codes are like a special language between travelers. So I designed a website for people to create shirts to express where they’ve been or where they’re going.


What is the brand’s philosophy?
The brand’s philosophy is to foster conversations between travelers using airport codes and enabling flight passengers to travel in style and comfort. Some people may recognize the codes right away and want to share their travel memory or if a code is unknown maybe people will be curious enough to ask the shirt owner and get inspired by their trip story.

What has been your greatest achievement so far?
The greatest achievement so far has been hearing all the positive feedback from customers when their shirts arrive and seeing them around the world in the travel photos their owners post.

Where can our readers find you online?
Readers can create their own airport code t-shirt, onesie, tote bag and more at www.herethereeverywear.com

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