Parsons, Beauty for Freedom & Prinkshop Team Up in the Fight to End Sex Trafficking

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The Color of Freedom | Keep the Girls Safe campaign— a product of Beauty for Freedom, an anti-trafficking nonprofit founded by model Monica Watkins; Parsons the New School for Design; and Pamela Bell‘s activism-based design studio Prinkshop– aims to raise funds and spread awareness for the fight against sex trafficking.

To spread awareness, Parsons has sponsored a series of photos and videos created by CTM Sisters Productions. The first installment, which you can see below, features model Diandra Forrest.

For their part, Prinkshop has designed a “Keep the Girls Safe” t-shirt, featuring “a tongue-and-cheek play on wording that is generally perceived as provocative,” with a percent of profits going to The New Somaly Mam Fund: Voices for Change.

A beautiful, high-design means to an incredibly worthy end.

More on the partnership and awareness projects here.

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Parsons, Beauty for Freedom & Prinkshop Team Up in the Fight to End Sex Trafficking