While pulling items for a trend post on denim jumpsuits recently, I came across a brand on the Nordstrom website I had never heard of before. Come to find out it’s a new private-lable brand called Treasure&Bond and it has a charitable aspect. 5% of the brand’s earnings will go to Girls Inc. and other nonprofits that seek to empower women and young girls.
Fashion that gives back (Warby Parker and Toms come to mind) is nothing new, but seems to be growing in popularity. Treasure&Bond was a charitable boutique Nordstrom opened in SoHo in 2011. It has since closed, but never fear, as we all know by now Nordstrom will take Manhattan in 2018 (I can’t wait!), yet the retailer wanted to do something with the name and so…now we have a new label of charitable clothing.
The line consists of casual, almost vintage feeling clothes like denim, plaid shirts, leather jackets and Henley shirts. Treasure&Bond is available on line and at 86 Nordstrom stores around the country.
Take a look at the initial collection below;
-Lauren Dimet Waters
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