ONEST HOMME x HAROLD HUNTER

Press Release: ONEST HOMME LAUNCHES LIMITED EDITION COMMEMORATIVE HAROLD HUNTER T-SHIRT 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Los Angeles, CA - New apparel brand Onest Homme is proud to announce teaming up with the Harold Hunter Foundation to pay tribute to the iconic skater with a limited edition T-shirt. The Harold Hunter: Love Always collaboration, which launches ahead of Harold’s birthday (April 2nd), will be available beginning March 28th.

The Harold Hunter: Love Always T-shirt which features a never before seen image of Harold with the Onest Homme “Love Always” logo incorporated into the design, will be available exclusively via the www.ONESTHOMME.com online shop.

“Love Always is the cornerstone of the Onest Homme brand - it’s about approaching everything you do from a place of honesty,” Danielle Johnigan, the founder of Onest Homme, said. “The Harold Hunter Foundation has made a commitment to keep Harold’s memory alive hand-in-hand with empowering children to achieve their life goals through their love of skateboarding and this is the inspiration behind the collaboration.”

About Onest Homme

Onest Homme is an apparel collection for connoisseurs created by Danielle Johnigan. Born from the French expression "Honnete Homme": The honest (hu)man is a model of humanity that appeared in the seventeenth century. This ideal of living gave birth to « le bon goût » (good taste). The brand is an urban concept owned by a woman with a new and unique vision for an aesthete clientele empowering a clear message…be “ONEST."

About Harold Hunter Foundation

The Harold Hunter Foundation (HHF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit, grassroots, skateboard community-based organization whose fundamental goal is to provide a network of support, resources, and advocacy for NYC skateboarders so that they can reach their full potential as skateboarders and as people. Their mission is to use skateboarding as a vehicle to provide underserved urban youth with valuable life experiences that nurture individual creativity, resourcefulness, and the development of life skills.


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