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Black Voices Are Loud

Amplifying Black voices requires commitment to supporting #BlackOwnedBusinesses throughout the year. PROJECT today is highlighting a few Black-owned businesses throughout out the PROJECT community.

SDN is a Brooklyn-based clothing company focusing on sustainability, forward design and a commitment to progressive causes. They strive to use organic/sustainable textiles as well as local/fair labor.

What started as an art project, in 2008, making one-of-a-kind repurposed T-shirts eventually evolved into a full line of Menswear and Womenswear selling throughout the U.S.

Maintaining the principles of sustainability and local production, SDN continues to cater to its local, hip New York audience as well as new fans worldwide.

SDN recently helped curate an exhibition in Tokyo, Japan “SUSTAINABLE” helping to push forward the principles of sustainable and slow fashion.

SDN helps to raise money for @doctorswithoutborders, by donating a portion of the proceeds of the Extra Shady and NO Shade baseball caps.

And 100% of the sales of the F# k Fast Fashion T-shirts and tote bags are donated to Gilda’s Club.

Designer, Marcus Hicks has also worked as a set/celebrity tailor in NYC.

He has worked with Beyonce, Destiny’s Child, Alicia Keys, Jon Bon Jovi, Anthony Anderson, as well as many other celebrities, major fashion shows and catalogues internationally.

Daniel Quintanilla

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