Holt Renfrew x rag & bone
Meet and Greet Canadian Olympic Athletes in Support of Right to Play
Canadian luxury retail company Holt Renfrew has recently collaborated with New York's rag & bone to launch a collection of exclusive canvas totes in support of the Right To Play organization. The "numbers" totes designed by rag & bone for Holt Renfrew's H Project was inspired by vintage competitive surf tees. Comes in the colors black, cream and army green, the totes are sold at $55 each. Sales from the totes will benefit the global Right To Play organization, which helps millions of children in more than 20 different countries to educate and empower them facing adversity. Its mission is to build essential life skills and better futures for these kids, while driving last social change. Based in Toronto, the Right To Play organization was founded in 2000 by Johann Olav Koss, a four-time Olympic gold medalist and social entrepreneur.
rag & bone designers Marcus Wainwright and David Neville at Holt Renfrew (yyz)
On June 7th, 1:30 to 3:30pm at Holt Renfrew Calgary CORE Shopping location, customers will have an opportunity to meet and greet, and get their Holt Renfrew x rag & bone totes signed by six Canadian Olympic Atheletes: Jesse Lumsden, Gilmore Junio, Sam Edney, Helen Upperton, Roz Groenewoud and Brad Spence. Don't miss the opportunity to support the Right To Play organization, get your very own exclusvie rag & bone tote for a good cause, and celebrate the accomplishment our heroic Canadian Olympic athletes have made.