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Style Saves x Top Shop Partnership

Style Saves x Top Shop Partnership

Style Saves x Top Shop Partnership 

 

Top Shop is now donating items such as clothing, shoes, make-up and other accessories on an ongoing basis, for our holiday giveback, back to school, project prom programs and other events that we host throughout the year.  

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Most recently, a portion of these donations went towards our first annual “holiday giveback.” It was an amazing experience to see the excitement on these kids faces as they shopped through their brand new clothing. Many took home a variety of denim jackets, shorts, day dresses, shoes, accessories and other trendy pieces. 

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Founded in 1964, British fashion retailer has become one of the most popular high street brands in the world. With over 500 shops worldwide including their most recent store opening in Miami and different product categories such as clothing, shoes, bags, accessories & beauty; Top Shop definitely has it all. 

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Some of the students who benefitted from Top Shop’s support were families from the Guatemalan Mayan Center, Lotus House, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Greater Miami, The Lodge Miami, Take Stock In Children Miami, Girl Power, Carrefour, MDC Foster & Adoptive Parent Association, Infinite Complete Care, Overtown Youth Center Miami, His House and other families who attended the event. 

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 Style Saves is happy to continue collaborating with our Top Shop family, once again proving that style DOES save.

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Chrome Hearts Collaboration Featuring Artist Matt Digiacomo

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Style Saves’ mission is to unite fashion with philanthropy, so we are very excited about our latest partnership with fashion brand Chrome Hearts. On December 6th, 2018, at the Chrome Hearts’ Store in Miami’s Design District during Art Basel, we released our exclusively design t-shirts by artist, Matt Digiacomo.

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Founded in 1988, in Los Angeles by Richard Stark, Chrome Hearts is a California based brand of high end jewelry, accessories, eyewear, clothing and other lifestyle items. This Made in USA family business,  has had collaborations which included  Supermodel Bella Hadid, the Rolling Stones, Off-White,  Comme des Garcons, the famous adidas Stan Smith and many others.

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LA based artist Matt Digiacomo’s, role in Chrome Hearts and collaboration with us is exciting as he brings his free will creativity and exactly what we thrive to achieve here at Style Saves as we aim to inspire a fresh generation of movers and shakers while we maintain philanthropy as our main focus.

100% of the proceeds from this collection will help to support students in the community.

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Style Saves Back to School 2018

On August 18th and 19th, 2018, Style Saves teamed up with the community and hosted its’ 8th annual Back-To-School event at Mana Wynwood Convention Center, in the heart of Wynwood, Florida. The organization served over 5,000 Florida students with brand new uniforms, outfits and school supplies for the new school year, along with fun filled days of activities.

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The goal is to alleviate the pressure of going back to school as a problem many financially low-income families face. By providing these necessary items, Style Saves helps turn the start of a new school year into a fun event instead of a stressful time.

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Students from over 60 organizations including Miami-Dade Public Schools, Big Brothers Big Sisters, Voices For Children, His House,The Lodge Miami, Irie Foundation, Mentor Network, Lotus House, The Guatemalan-Maya Center, and many more, attended the event. Students were invited to shop our pop-up shop and stay for an afternoon of fun including arts & crafts, dance classes, a photo booth, face painting, and several more.

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A huge thank you to our sponsors Jordache and Cayre Group LTD. Students also received haircuts from Junior & Hatter, IGK, The Barber Job Inc. along with beauty from GEE Beauty and Glamsquad and enjoyed food and beverage from Pizza Bar, The Melted Scoop, Health-Ade Kombucha, Red Bull, Bunniecakes, Amazonica, Pepsi, OTL, Spris Pizza, Pueblito Viejo, and Los Bobos Cafeteria, and sports by C2C Sports and The Miami Heat. 

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With over 700 volunteers from Groot Hospitality, Miansai, Miami Dade Police Department, Bank of America, Soho Beach House, Eberjey, 1Hotels, and Carrollton School of the Sacred Heart assisting to organize and produce the giveback event, Style Saves consistently makes an incredible impact on the community together. 

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Style Saves X Topshop Topman

For all the times we’ve endlessly searched for Topshop stores in Florida, our moment is finally here! This year, the brand has just opened their first store at Aventura Mall. 

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Pioneering their entrance into the vibrant and beautiful city of Miami, Style Saves had the honor of partnering together into the new territory. We joined forces and launched a pop-up shop during Miami Art Week. 

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We kicked off the week on Tuesday, December 5th, with a shopping party hosted by the lovely Alina De La Vega and Ayana Rodriquez. Our friend DJ YSL kept us entertained with the greatest 80’s hip-hop music, while Harmless Harvest brought coconut water to keep us hydrated and enjoy. A personalization station was open with a local artist ready to create unique designs or script on denim jackets and tote bags. 

What better way to have fashion meet philanthropy, all during the heart and soul of the funnest week of the year. Art and fashion lovers in Miami- rejoice! 

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Hosted at our newly renovated, Style Saves HQ in the heart of Wynwood, the curated selection of beautiful clothes and accessories was everything we needed, with just enough time for the holidays. For each sale made, 20% was donated to help support our students. 

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Closing out the pop-up on Saturday, December 9th, we raised an incredible total of $6190.30! We’re so excited to be able to use this towards the upcoming needs of our students in the community. A huge thanks to everyone that came out and shopped- we were able to raise almost $7,000 from this event, and can’t wait for the next! 

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