Paratodo, the recently launched streetwear brand with a conscience, is hosting its first pop-up shop.
It’s at Jewelers’ Row coffee shop Arterial Agents (right across from Generocity HQ in the Curtis Center!). The brand normally sells exclusively online but now you can try on its waffle knit beanies and crewneck sweatshirts, designed and made in the U.S., in person.
The popup started on Jan. 3 and will run through the month.
— Paratodo (@paratodoco) January 3, 2017
We chatted with Paratodo founders Francis Young and Saeed Ferguson last fall about the business and why they decided to give 25 percent of their profits to a local charity — right now, it’s animal shelter PAWS.-30-
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