In Gods Hands debut in Mission Viejo
'Love' and 'hope' inspires designer
A woman remembers her late husband by channeling his life through her fashion line.
Lauren Lusk will debut her line IGH Saturday afternoon at The Shops at Mission Viejo. The acronym means “In God’s Hands” and is set to launch at Apricot Lane Boutique. The rock-n-roll chic inspired line is a clothing line for men and women, including an accessory line.
· Come shop all new clothing and premium rock-n-roll chic jewelry from new OC-based brand IGH (In God’s Hands)..the brand’s debut collection!
· Meet the founder Lauren Lusk and hear her inspiring story of hope and love, created in honor of her late husband, freestyle motocross star and X Games gold medalist, Jeremy Lusk
· Give Back: 15% of all IGH sales from the weekend will be donated to the American Widow Project, a not-for-profit supporting widows of American soldiers
· Enjoy some sweet treats and drinks!
· Saturday, Feb. 12th 2:00pm-6:00pm
· Apricot Lane Boutique in Mission Viejo // 555 The Shops at Mission Viejo // Mission Viejo, CA 92691 // (949) 347-2500
The OC-based brand includes T-shirts for men, while the ladies’ designs feature a variety of stylish tops. Most pieces are “screened-inspired”—containing intricate designs or motivational phrases imprinted unto the garment. Words like strength, believe and faith are common themes, yet most images are either based on the Trinity-cross pattern or the brand’s logo.
Meanwhile, the premium jewelry collection is a combination of metallic and beaded necklaces and bracelets. Rosary-inspired designs and multiple-layered accessories are present throughout the debut line.
Other miscellaneous items include a water tumbler, dog tags and hats.
Attendees can have the chance to shop at the event, enjoy refreshments and meet the designer. Shoppers will also have the opportunity to hear Lusk deliver her story of love and hope. The fashion designer is the widow of Jeremy Lusk, a freestyle motocross star and X Games gold medalist.
A portion of the sales will be donated to the not-for-profit group, American Widow Project. The funding helps the organization support widows of American servicemen.
The event will be from 2-6 p.m. at 555 The Shops at Mission Viejo, Mission Viejo, 92691.
To view the line, visit store.ingodshands.com/home.jsp .