MARK HOLDEN, A CANADIAN DESIGNER BASED IN VANCOUVER, CREATES WEARABLES WITH A VISION TO ILLUMINATE THE POSSIBILITIES OF PEACE BY LEVERAGING THE INTERNATIONALLY RECOGNIZED SYMBOL THROUGH HIS DESIGNS.

 

 

MARK HOLDEN BELIEVES THAT TRUE SUCCESS IS NOT ONLY MEASURED BY HOW WELL WE DO AS A BUSINESS BUT HOW MANY LIVES WE IMPACT. WE ARE COMMITTED TO DEVELOPING PARTNERSHIPS THROUGHOUT THE WORLD THAT SHARE IN OUR VISION AND PHILOSOPHY.

A PERCENTAGE OF PROFITS FROM THE SALE OF EVERY ITEM BENEFIT THE JUST IMAGINE FOUNDATION ESTABLISHED TO SUPPORT GLOBAL FOUNDATIONS AND ASSIST IN STIMULATING ECONOMIC GROWTH WITH NEW ENTREPRENEURS AND COMMUNITY BASED BUSINESS OWNERS.

 

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3 Bottles Gone - Mark Holden T-shirt Line

March 05, 2015

We are currently working on a limited edition of T-shirts that will be manufactured in Canada made from 50% Organic Cotton and 50% Recycled Polyester. Every one of these MH T-shirts produced will eliminate 3 plastic bottles from the global waste stream.  In addition, we are giving 1 dollar from the sale of each of these T-shirts back to the planet.  We recently created some samples at our warehouse in Vancouver, BC to test out the new designs that we will be a part of this new line.  Continue Reading →

Scarves That Wrap You in Peace

January 21, 2015

We are excited to introduce the Jakarta series: our first scarves that are made from 100% modal, which means that it is very fine and very soft. The feel and texture of our scarves is very important. Our mantra is “Find your inner peace - wrap yourself in it.” When you wrap yourself in fabric that is soft and comforting, it invokes an immediate sense of peace. Our scarves are a physical embodiment of what peace feels like. These scarves are popular with men and women. The peace symbol is woven into the fabric and in a very subtle way. This scarf is for someone who loves the feel of under-stated luxury.  Continue Reading →

Lalibela Scarf

January 13, 2015

Inspired by scenes and stories of Ethiopia and the historical church of Saint George in Lalibela, the possibility of this project continued to surface through conversation and eventually an introduction between Mark Holden and imagine1day. What followed is a collaboration that brings together two organizations that believe in doing extraordinary work to bring peace and opportunity to people throughout the world.The Lalibela Scarf, designed by Mark Holden, is handmade by Salem's gifted artisans using traditional weaving techniques. The scarf will make its way to you via the Mark Holden studio located in Vancouver, Canada. Then, the journey will culminate back in Ethiopia where all net proceeds from the sale of this scarf will provide education to children and create the... Continue Reading →

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