Design of the Month
Design of the Month
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An Alternative Apparel, Cap Sleeve Satin Jersey Crew, perfect for the summer time.
As Alternative says, "Elegant in its simplicity, this versatile top features a subtle cap sleeve detail that will make for an effortless everyday look."
- 100% Cotton
- Slight Shirttail Hemline
- Cap Sleeve Detail
A killer surreal mountain scape design by Kacie Williams. Kacie is a student at O’More College of Design & lives near us in Nashville, TN (though she is a TX native). She’s chosen Mercy 29 as her charity.
Ethically made, extra high quality, and fashionably designed by an artist that I’ve hand picked. In order for us go to print, we’ll need to sell a minimum number of orders in 30 days. Limited edition—exclusive for those who pre-order.
10% Of Proceeds Will Go To Mercy 29.
ABOUT THE DESIGNER
Kacie Williams is a designer at Big Machine Records (T. Swift's label!), aspiring photographer, passionate songwriter, founder/curator of KWCO Studio and overall, an artist with the drive to create with an ardency unlike many others. She lives in Nashville, TN and is currently studying graphic/web design, eternal relationship, and last but never least, the art of imagination within the folds of a finite - yet ever purposeful - planet. She enjoys skinny jeans, Shiner Bock, organic foods, minimalism, belly laughs and the ecstatic nature of an immaculate color combination. She also aspires to shake it like Beyonce, but hey, there's plenty of time for that.
Why did you choose Mercy 29?
"I chose Mercy 29 because it was founded by my dear friends and pastors, Lyle and Allyson Phillips. Mercy 29 rescues those in slavery and feeds those who are hungry by supporting causes that aid orphans, widows and entire families suffering from systemic poverty. In this vastly "me first" mentality that most of the developed world resides in, my heart is to continually remind myself that our calling is to steward every good thing we have for the sake of others. This is just a small, but incredibly rewarding way I get to go about doing that."