Masai Ujiri, President of the Toronto Raptors, has tapped menswear brand Harry Rosen and designer Patrick Assaraf to assemble a brand new athleisure collection entitled “HUMANITY”. The capsule champions the encouraging message that there is certainly more in this world that unites us than divides us.
A portion of the proceeds will go benefit the Black Youth Helpline — a Canada-based organization designed to offer young people access to culturally relevant and high-quality services in their local community — in an effort to encourage and pave the way for more BIPOC designers to make their way into the fashion space.
The assemblage totals out to seven pieces, and includes simple everyday silhouettes such as a track jacket, hoodies, a t-shirt, joggers and a pair of sweatpants. Monochromatic in aesthetic, all of the clothing articles included arrive swathed full black. Some are completely bereft of any logos, while one of the hoodies as well as a tee print out the word “HUMANITY” in handwritten font across the chest.
If you’re interested in picking up items from the collaboration, you can find them available right now on the Harry Rosen website. Prices range from $95 USD for a tee to $295 for the track jacket and hoodies.
Elsewhere in the fashion space, the Bottega Veneta SS21 collection has been unveiled.