We are thrilled to present our newest project: the everyBODY campaign! Inspired by the lack of diversity within the fashion industry and even the body positivity movements, we decided the world deserved more. So here it is. This movement is intended to create a platform for folks to speak candidly about their experiences with body image, and encourage people to loudly and visibly love themselves. Exactly as they are. It all starts with a black unisex bodysuit, for everybody. If you're wondering: This is for you. Welcome to the everyBODY family.
Winter is upon us and with that comes the season of gifting. As a community we come together to share stories, gifts, and hopes for tomorrow. Our friends at Portland Monthly Magazine have given us the gift of press coverage! Endless thanks- give this article a peek! - and stop by our Pop-Up Shop ;)
Check this out, 360 magazine posted a rad little thing on us, 'cause they know we're cool. We'll be attending the Pool Tradeshow in Vegas! Stop by our booth if you'e also attending and wanna get a little #dfrnt. ;) Booth #25219.
Hey check it out! We have a really great write up on Tabi Labo a Japanese fashion and lifestyle blog. Hit the link to read more. Don't worry, there is a translate option.
This one is so cool! The awesome folks at Hellogiggles.com wrote a great article about us! Go on brush your shoulders off gang. We are so happy to be receiving so much positive response. Send us your feed back and inform our design process.
Take a moment to read the full article then join us in our global take over. ;)
No you're not seeing doubles, the Oregonian ran two articles talking towards dfrntpigeon! Writer Samantha Swindler is an ace with the pen and a tremendous sleuth. We encourage you to reach this great article.
Catch the whole story here.
Wow, humble ol' dfrntpigeon was written up in Fast Company! What an honor and well worded article. Big shout out and props to Olivia one of dfrntpigeon's key members. Please give it a read.
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"The new streetwear t-shirt design company dfrntpigeon, run by at-risk and homeless youth, is launching a new product line about identity. The non-profit New Avenues for Youth teamed up with the branding company AKQA to mentor the young people. Ginny Golden, Group Creative Director with AKQA, and Olivia and Dani from dfrntpigeon, join us."