Men looking to buy new formal wear can now look good while doing good with a purchase from the Awearness Kenneth Cole collection available at any Moores Clothing for Men store. The company has partnered with True Patriot Love (TPL) and plans to donate proceeds from the collection to the organization.
Moores Clothing teamed up with Kenneth Cole for the Aweareness collection to create a “look good, for good” brand. The collection was designed in New York and is said to be carefully tailored for fit and comfort. The collection includes suits, ties, sports coats, dress pants and dress shirts. The collection is all designed in slim fits and offers a variety of fabrics and colours unique to the label.
“We are excited to partner with Moores Clothing for Men and bring tailored clothing to their customer while at the same time, be able to assist our veterans in their transition into the workforce. We have always sought to make an impact on people’s wardrobes, as well as communities in need, and are excited that this new partnership will do just that,” said Kenneth Cole, Chairman and Chief Creative Officer of Kenneth Cole Productions.
Moores Clothing and Kenneth Cole Productions will donate one per cent of gross sales from the line to support services needed to help veterans transition into the civilian workforce through TPL partner organizations.
The line is currently available at all Moores Clothing stores across the country. It is an ongoing collaboration between Moores and Kenneth Cole Productions. New garments are set to be added to the collection for Spring 2016.
Moores Clothing teamed up with TPL because the company asserts that “assisting unemployed men and women is a cause that Moores Clothing for Men is passionate about.” The company believed in the work TPL was doing not only to support veterans in their journey to physical and mental wellbeing but also to transition back into the workforce.
Other past projects of Moores include their Annual Canadian Suit Drive. Each July Moores donates suits to over 60 recipient organizations across the country to help Canadians transition into the workforce.