7 Innovative Military Start-ups
Celeste Boyd, Stiletto Gear
Frustrated with the lack of pro-military fashions on the market, army wife Celeste Boyd used her graphic design skills to start Stiletto Gear. The online clothing company sells logo t-shirts for women and babies, but is slowly expanding to include menswear. All the tee’s feature images, such as tanks or rifles, and sayings, such as "Marine's wife" or "Love my soldier." Based in Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, Boyd also works as a freelance lawyer (she has a degree from Yale Law School).