Designed to armour you through COVID-19 and beyond, the Jacket of Hope features an emergency glove built into the sleeves and a detachable mask feature to help guide you through whatever hurdle stands in your way.
For every Jacket sold, $50 goes directly to Artscape, with the option for purchasers to add additional donation amounts. Artscape is a not-for-profit organization that makes space for creativity and transforms communities. Artscape’s projects, programs and services are designed to help creatives thrive while enhancing the communities around them to become more vibrant, inclusive and resilient. Donations will help the local arts community recover from the COVID-19 pandemic and create opportunities for the arts community.
The designer of the jacket, Dee Dee, will be donating 50 jackets to the TDSB for female senior students in underprivileged regions who want to pursue post-secondary education. Dee Dee will also be doing a talk on women in business breaking the glass ceiling and how these girls can make a difference in the world by pursuing higher education. Made ethically in Canada from recycled materials, the Jacket is made from the Spanflex® line of luxury performance fabrics. They are breathable, UPF protected, thermal retention and moisture-wicking. Fabrics are bluesign® certified, an international standard for the highest level of consumer security of sustainable textile productionThe Jacket retails for $398 + tax and has 5 Sizes Available; XS, S, M, L, XL. Purchase the jacket here and start your fall season off in style!
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Published by HOLR magazine.