4BYSIX, the charity initiative building bridges with the fashion and art worlds by helping London’s homelessness issue, they’re proud to officially announce their second partnership with fashion designer Charli Cohen. Marking this as the rare edition to the series of charitable projects that will provide money in support of social causes. Cohen, as spotted in Forbes Under 30 category of 2018, is famous for her wacky ability to blend fashion and tech, launching her eponymous label in 2013. The designer has teamed up with Alex Dawber and Milo Philips of 4BYSIX to create an originally unique Valentino handbag.
As we become more aware of our own resources and see a peak in DIY Fashion trends, this partnership offers more than one-off design, it offers a public opportunity to raise effective awareness when at the same time get in-return, an exclusive collaborative garment. Founders, Alex Dawber & Milo Phillips handed the Valentino piece into the capable and masterful hands of contemporary womenswear designer, Charli Cohen and the end result is as profound as it can get.
4BYSIX had already championed an incredible collaborative project resulting in a one of a kind jacket made from 4BYSIX T-shirt’s and re-invest all profits into furthering our mission to help homeless people using creative projects. Founders, Alex Dawber & Milo Phillips handed the Valentino piece into the capable and masterful hands of contemporary womenswear designer, Charli Cohen and the end result is as profound as it can get.
“The whole premise of CC is to be more than a fashion brand, to serve as a platform for social commentary – so I jumped at the opportunity to be part of such an incredible, meaningful project with 4BYSIX. As well as a practical, hands-on way to help in tackling one of this country’s biggest social issues, the project seeks to create a far-reaching awareness drive around the UK’s homeless crisis.” Charli Cohen.
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