Earlier this week, we witnessed the first presidential debate between President Trump and former vice president Joe Biden, which sent one very clear and obvious message: we really need to vote. It’s a message that has reverberated through TV commercials, social media posts, newspapers, magazines, and, thanks to organizations like When We All Vote, clothing and accessories. With a little over a month left until the elections, When We All Vote is ramping up its efforts to secure more young voters by dropping its second and final merch collection.
Following the first best-selling collection, which sold out in its first week, the When We All Vote team recruited a new batch of diverse designers that represent Black, Asian-American, Persian, Indian and woman-owned businesses. Designers include Melody Ehsani, Supervsn, The Hundreds, Stella & Haas, Levi’s, Girlfriend Collective, Shiffon, General Admission, and Wild One, which is When We All Vote’s first-ever merch for pets. Bright Black and Franca NYC were featured in the first merch collection but will return for the second drop in limited quantities, as each brands’ products sold out within hours of the first drop.
“It’s critical that we continue to engage voters in creative ways to encourage them to get registered and vote early. In our mission to change the culture around voting, this project helps inspire new conversations around voting and making your voice heard, especially among young people. My hope is that people are inspired and motivated to vote this year—and that the Vote 4EVER Merch line can help everyone feel connected to something bigger than themselves,” Michelle Obama said in a statement.
The second Vote 4Ever merch collection is available now on vote4evermerch.com. Select items will be available on revolve.com.
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