Necklush Donates Some Profits to a Holistic Cancer Treatment Center
By: Tiana Reid
Jan 14, 13
New York City-based company Necklush donates some of its profits to the Gerson Institute, which is a holistic cancer treatment center in Bonita, California. Necklush was founded in 2008 by two Brooklynites, Stephano Diaz and Troy Mattison, and has since taken off in terms of getting noticed.
The majority of the brand’s press, however, is on the fashion design itself: braided neckpieces that meld a scarf and a necklace. They also have circle scarves and bracelets available for both women and men. Necklush has had press in Refinery 29, Women’s Health, LA Times Magazine and Timeout New York.
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