Electric Family Launches Spring Line, ‘A Campaign For Peace’!
Check out the Electric Family Spring 2017 Line, ‘A Campaign For Peace’!
Launched late last month, we’ve been impressed by Electric Family’s Spring 2017 Fashion Line! Dubbed ‘A Campaign For Peace‘, the line focuses on a positive message to help calm the crazy start to this year. While the country struggles with divided houses, friendships, and more due to the disruption the new administration has caused, Electric Family believes it is time to come together for peace. The mantra that “there is more power in unity than in division” definitely holds true, and hopefully this country can progress forward in a more positive way. As the first letter of PLUR, Peace is a part of the vibes we all intend on pushing out to the world and should be what every raver strives to promote.
Looking to purchase now? Click HERE to head over to their website!
Electric Family released a video to show off the latest apparel!
Check out some selected shots the new line below!
About Electric Family:
Electric Family is not simply another clothing brand, but a grassroots movement born out of the electronic music community, created to increase the connectedness and compassion amongst the global population. We challenge our fans daily to get active in local communities and treat others with respect at all times. Wearing our products symbolizes your commitment to making a positive impact in the world – not just during the holidays, but year round.
Their popular artist bracelet lines are collaborations with different DJs and producers in the industry, with a portion of proceeds from each purchase being donated to a charity of that artist’s choice. These bracelets make for great stocking stuffers or grab bag gifts + you’re giving back with your purchase!
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