Etymology: Middle English, friendly regard, attractiveness, from Old French favor friendly regard, from Latin, from favEre to be favorable; perhaps akin to Old High German gouma attention, Old Church Slavonic goveti to revere.1 a (1) : friendly regard shown toward another especially by a superior (2) : approving consideration or attention.
2 a : gracious kindness; also : an act of such kindness b: effort in one’s behalf or interest
3 a : a special privilege or right granted or conceded.
Founded in 2005 by two brothers and a crazy idea, Faveur is a clothing line that embraces truth, heart an one’s faith. Faveur does a great job of incorporating fresh symbolic designs that reflects one’s personality and faith. I give “props” to Faveur’s audacity to produce an edgy Christian brand that’s wearable in present day. We often see many faith-based garments that are boring and bland, but how many are hip to wear? This is where Faveur shines, and it’s no wonder the brand has no problem sponsoring faith-based bands. Faveur, rock on!