We’re teaming up with Kids of Immigrants to create a limited-edition collection of skincare and apparel in celebration of KOI’s five-year anniversary. Both KOI and YTTP take pride in the journey it took to get to where we are today, we share in our goals, energy, and the importance of self-love—so it’s no surprise that the collaboration highlights self-care and how it shapes the way we connect with those around us.
“We are huge fans of Kids of Immigrants and big supporters of their mission. To do our first collab with them during their Love Week is an honor and a special moment for us,” says Greg Gonzalez, co-founder of YTTP. Co-founder Joe Cloyes continues, “With this collection, we hope to inspire our communities to practice love and self-care.”
Kids of Immigrants kicks off Love Week, a week of celebration and giving back to the community that has supported them, starting May 2. Keep an eye out for releases and activations in Los Angeles—including a two-day gallery and pop-up shop at Youth To The People HQ, Beautiful People, podcast, and KOI co-founders Daniel Buezo and Weleh Dennis sharing their daily grooming rituals.
“Self-care is the real work and it shapes the way we connect with those around us,” say Buezo and Dennis. “We know that when we get to know ourselves, we have the power to enrich and uplift those around us.”
Shop the limited edition Love 2 The People collection here—or if you’re in Los Angeles, join us from 5/8-5/9 for the gallery and pop-up shop at YTTP’s HQ, where you can enjoy exclusive access to limited drops, courtesy of the community partners. 708 Traction Avenue, Los Angeles, California.