Edgy T-Shirts Help Support Sophie’s Place
Nick Simmons, son of KISS bass-guitarist Gene Simmons, launched his 3-piece unisex T-shirt collection with The Style Club. Proceeds benefit Sophie’s Place, Sophie Simmons’ charity organization in Vancouver, Canada that provides a safe haven and resources for children who come from abusive households.
About Nick Simmons’ T-Shirt Collection
The three T-shirt designs are edgy, hand-drawn, rocker-inspired, and fit in perfectly with the Christian Benner x The Style collection’s theme of “A Place Where Dreamers Go.”The collection is available now exclusively at www.TheStyleClub.com.
The shirts are cute. On The Style Club website, the Simmons siblings model the shirts together.
Each piece in the collection is made from a soft cotton/polyester blend and retails for $98. Each shirt is customized by Christian Benner, a creator from the depths of New York’s underground fashion scene who has created custom pieces for celebs like Brad Pitt. This is Nick Simmons’ first fashion collection.
Nick Simmons, Sophie Simmons, and the The Style Club CEO Speak Out Regarding the T-Shirt Line
Nick Simmons: “Sophie’s Place is our first priority, and I’m so proud of Sophie for taking such initiative for such a great cause. I wanted to follow her lead and contribute in any way I can. I’ve always loved the fashion of outliers–those who embrace their own aesthetic regardless of trends. Our intentions are that the shirts will do some good, and look cool too.”
Sophie Simmons: “I am proud that my brother has lent his designs to this amazing cause and a great company such as the Style Club.”
The Style Club CEO Hilary Novelle Hahn: “We believe that Nick’s creative input; combined with the partnership with Sophie’s non-profit – Sophie’s Place – will showcase Christian’s talent while supporting a worthy cause that the Simmons family has championed for years.”
About Sophie’s Place
Sophie’s Place is a charitable organization based in Vancouver, Canada which provides a place of sanctuary and support for vulnerable young people today. Founded by Sophie Tweed Simmons, the center focuses on providing specialized services to physically, mentally, or sexually abused children up to 18 in a child-friendly setting. For more information or to donate, visit http://cdfbc.ca/Sophies-Place/index.htm.