SKRIT, a new luxury streetwear brand has launched this week, aiming to bring a new kind of raw and unfiltered look to people that want to make a difference.
Founded by a collective of creative minds, SKRIT has developed its unique designs with a goal of inspiring change and is offering people premium products that look and feel good, and exude confidence.
With its first limited collection now on sale, SKRIT is bringing high-quality design aesthetics to the forefront while looking to raise social awareness for various charitable causes.
For each purchase made, a percentage of the proceeds from its new ‘Tiger T’ line will be made to the Vital Ground Foundation. This nonprofit works to address conservation and our current climate crisis which is having a deep impact on animal welfare.
Proceeds from SKRIT’s new ‘Child Soldier’ tee will also be donated to Amnesty International in support of rehabilitation and relocation programs for victims of war.
SKRIT, which got its name from the word ‘Sanskrit’ is defined as “the mother of all languages.” The founders of the brand wanted it to stand out, in line with their vision and lifestyle choices. And it’s their longterm goal to build partnerships to help support nonprofits to balance the social injustices – where every sale can make a difference.
Among their edgy, street designs include tops entitled “Lethal Injection” and their Adam and Eve meets Bonnie and Clyde tees, fashionably titled “Garden of Sins” with a modern twist, in 100% Pima Cotton.
With its bold take on streetwear, its ‘Tiger T’ design features a diamond logo embroidered in white or black, along with a graphic printed at the center, also made in 100% Pima Cotton.
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Source: Digital Weekday