UK-based labels Shabab and Andy Wahloo have just announced the launch of their collaborative one-day pop-up store in London, with all proceeds being donated directly towards families affected by the earthquake in Morocco and the floods in Libya.
Both Shabab and Andy Wahloo use their core roots to communicate with the community. For Shabab, the label bases its graphic-heavy designs — inspired by sports and leisure activities — to articulate its Libyan roots. Additionally, Andy Wahloo regularly takes its followers to the Medina of Marrakech.
With this being said, the two labels have come together in light of the recent earthquake in the mountain village of Imi N’Tala, which was shocked by an earthquake last week and rocked by further aftershocks on Wednesday. Furthermore, the collaborative pop-up will also raise funds for communities hit by Storm Daniel in Libya, which collapsed dams outside the city and unleashed flash floods down Wadi Derna that eventually crashed into the city.
The pop-up will see the two brands present a line of collaborative garment designs, including a new red T-shirt with collaborative branding across the front. Also hit with a line of tailored black detailing along the shoulders, similar black linings can be spotted running around the neckline and lateral sides.
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Additional styles designed individually by both brands are expected to be on display, and supporters can visit the pop-up for one day only on September 16 at the Larache Shop in Shoreditch, 30 Calvert Ave, London E2 7JP.
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