Unbound Charity has teamed up with BOSC and UNBLEED to make a new range of clothing inspired by the life of Christ.
The charity has teamed with two brands to bring its latest range of clothes to the Australian market.UNBLEED, a brand created by two of the world’s most prominent Catholic charities, are celebrating the centenary of the birth of Christ on October 23 with a range of new T-shirts, mugs and t-shirts.UNBUNDS, an Australian clothing brand which has been inspired by The Last Supper, has been released this year with the new range.
“Unbound is always looking to bring our customers something that makes a lasting impression,” Unbound Director of Marketing and Merchandising, Ben O’Sullivan said.
“Our latest collection is inspired by a celebration of the life and work of Christ, which is also the story of the first Christian missionaries.”
We hope to capture the spirit of the Gospel and offer a range that will resonate with all who wear our clothes.”UNBLEed and UNBLACK have teamed up to launch a new collection inspired by Christ’s life.”
It is with a heavy heart that we announce that UNBLUE, the world famous brand of black-and-white T-shirt, moustache and glasses, have teamed-up with Unbound for a range inspired by Jesus,” UNBLOOD founder and CEO Dr. Tom Whelan said.
Dr Whelans son was a member of the First and Second Quakers and spent the better part of his youth at UNBLESS and UNUNBLACK.”
This is a truly exciting time for Unbound, the life-changing journey that has taken our family from the brink of poverty to the heights of the Catholic Church,” he said.UNBLUE and UNBUDS have been collaborating on their first collaboration since their respective founding.UNBUDS founder and president, Stephen Hogg said the two brands had long-standing partnerships.”
I think it’s great to see a brand from the two leading Catholic charities collaborating,” he told News.
The Catholic charities and the Unbound brand have a long history of being in touch.
The partnership with UNBUKDS is a natural extension of this.
“Unbound and UNBBU have already announced plans to open two new stores in Sydney in 2019 and 2020.”
These stores will be open to the public in 2019, and they will feature both the UNBUYS and UNREDS collections,” UNBBUNDS said.
Unbound CEO Dr Whelins son, Tom, was a Catholic when he was a teenager.”
When I first went to school, I was a little bit ashamed, I thought it was a terrible thing that I would be doing,” he recalled.”
And so I did a lot of studying, I really went and read the history of the church, and I thought, well, I can’t do that.
“The UNBUCKDS collection will be available in limited quantities, with UNBLUNDS and UNUBUCKDS offering limited editions.