Blue and Gold - Fall 2021 | Winter 2022 Volume 2 - Issue 2 - Page 50

ALUM ’ S GRANDSON

Sews Up Well-Made Memories

Corin Lindsay is making a name for himself , and for HBCUs , as he follows in the professional footsteps of his late grandfather and distinguished Bluefield State alumnus , Judge James L . Bundy ( Class of 1942 ) for exchanging students , faculty , and programs .
By day , Lindsay is a Director for mergers and acquisitions with the Big Four firm PricewaterhouseCoopers in New York City .
“ The inspiration for Corin DeMarco came from a simple , yet unwavering , admiration for the legacy , history and excellence found in our Historically Black Colleges and Universities .”
By night , and on weekends , he is a co-founder of the apparel company Corin DeMarco . The company designs and produces clothing exclusively for fans of Historically Black Colleges and Universities ( HBCUs ).
Lindsay explained the company ’ s origins .
“ The inspiration for Corin DeMarco came from a simple , yet unwavering , admiration for the legacy , history and excellence found in our Historically Black Colleges and Universities .
“ I design all our clothing in Harlem . For me , fashion has always complemented the culture that raised me . This is found in the clean aesthetics and authentic approach we take .” Lindsay ’ s grandfather was a legal trailblazer . James Bundy was born and raised in Bluefield , WV . After graduation , he joined the Army Air Corps . Following the war he attended the University of Maryland School of Law under the GI Bill .
Bundy began his legal career as an assistant city solicitor in Baltimore . He then became an assistant attorney general and , in 1974 , was appointed by then-Governor Martin Mandel to become a Baltimore District Court judge . This was hailed at the time as a bold move celebrated by the Black community .
“ I design all our clothing in Harlem . For me , fashion has always complemented the culture that raised me . This is found in the clean aesthetics and authentic approach we take .”
Bundy also taught at the University of Maryland School of Law and Morgan State University .
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