Bristol-based clothing brand aims to look good and do good
DK Movement’s owners are using the brand to support their neighbors by donating a portion of proceeds to local organizations.
BRISTOL, Conn. —
BRISTOL, Conn. — DK Movement, a new Bristol-based luxury streetwear brand, is going beyond the materialistic and designing with a purpose as the company hopes to make a difference in the community.
Co-founders Kelly Houston and Derek Jones are using the brand to support their neighbors by donating a portion of proceeds to local organizations.
“The purpose of the clothing brand is to spread our message of people knowing their worth, being unstoppable, building your confidence,” said Houston
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So far, the two have hosted service-based events with the Boys & Girls Club of Bristol and the Agape House, a homeless outreach organization.
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“It’s been a very long road and we want people to know no matter where you come from, no matter what you do in life, you can succeed,” said Jones.
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DK Movement recently partnered with Avril’s Boutique in Bristol to sell their clothes and accessories at that location.
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