Euro, designer and owner of the Philly-based fashion label Simplistic, is donating 100% of the sales from his current capsule to the relief efforts in Haiti.
Philadelphia based multifaceted artist changing the world one garment at a time: Euro of Simplistic is not just a designer, but also takes measures to help heal the world by donating proceeds from the clothing he releases to people and places in need: working with various non-profit organizations throughout the city, making clothes with a purpose.
His most current release is in collaboration with The Philadelphia Haitian Chamber of Commerce; a local group that works hands-on with visa and green card issues, as well as providing food and shelter for the local community.
On August 14, 2021, Haiti was hit with a devastating earthquake destroying 7,000 homes and killing nearly 2,000 men, women and children. 100% of the sales from his capsule would go directly to gathering funds and supplies to support those in need of food, medical supplies, and shelters; along with many other non-profit campaigns he plans to do in the future.
Euro aims to empower and uplift everyone around him in hopes that he can inspire others to help make a change too. He believes a “little” really goes a “long way”. When it comes to designing, sourcing, marketing, and producing the clothes, the distribution on how Euro makes it all happen, like a one-man army— is done completely by himself in his home studio.
Pushing the boundaries to what he can do and make, Euro has plans to expand into designing furniture and continues to collaborate in designing for all different kinds of businesses in the area.
Coming up on his third year anniversary of launching “Simplistic” in October, look out for a wonderful interactive showroom and pop-up experience that is currently in the works to be displayed to the public soon. Check him out and support the cause at WWW.SIM-PLIS-TIC.COM.