Bogosse personal appearance tomorrow at Nordstrom Dadeland Mall; Bogosse founders raise money for Project Medishare’s relief efforts
By Jennifer Browning
Haitian-born Bogosse founders Patrick and Fabrice Tardieu have created a Limited Edition Collection, L’Union Fait La Force, and are donating 50 percent of the proceeds to Project Medishare.
This collection, which debuted earlier this month at the Nordstrom Galleria in Dallas is very special to the Patrick and Fabrice. Tomorrow you can meet the men behind the label who are hosting an in-store Nordstrom public appearance to launch the line and to promote their relief initiative with Project Medishare, whose ongoing partnership with Bogosse will help both organizations stand by and support the people of Haiti.
Only 600 shirts have been made in eight different styles; 75 shirts per style. The inside labels of the back collar boast the colors of the Haitian flag. The line will be carried in three locations: Nordstrom Galleria, Dallas; Aventura, Miami; and Dadeland Mall, Miami.
You can see this beautifully detailed Limited Edition collection along with Fabrice and Patrick at Nordstrom in the Dadeland Mall tomorrow, Saturday April 24 between 1 and 5 p.m. and at Nordstrom Aventura on May 8.
Click here to see images from their debut of L’Union Fait La Force at Nordstrom Galleria, Dallas.