Amsterdam streetwear imprint Daily Paper have produced a limited edition, ten-piece capsule collection with Somalia’s Elman Peace organisation.
The collection features ten white cotton T-shirts showcases unique artwork created by students who live at the Elman Peace residence and participating in their Art Therapy program. Each of the young artists – aged from 13-16 – are celebrated on the new collection, with each of the ten tees bearing the name of the respective designer who created them.
Continuing to support the brand’s African heritage, Daily Paper have used their SS19 campaign to promote peace and cultivate local talent from the mother continent. The children taking part in the project have left armed groups, with each participant provided with a safe space and support system by the Art Therapy Program. Daily Paper will be donating the full proceeds of the collection to support the cause with the eventual aim to build a full-sized football pitch for the Elman Peace residence. Check out the shirts below.
The Daily Paper x Elman Peace Capsule Collection is available now via select global retailers and Daily Paper’s physical and online store.
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