Between her Revolt show State of the Culture and VH1 reality series Meet the Mackies, it has been a busy and successful fall for Remy Ma so far. Her next venture takes her into fashion as she will debut a clothing line that benefits women who were once incarcerated.
Remy’sclothing line is launched through Vim Vixen and she reveals that she has long wanted to support women who shared an experience like her. The Remy Ma Collection is available now and will use a portion of the proceeds to support resources to enhance the lives of those who have been incarcerated.
View the full announcement below and be sure to check out ShopVimVixen.com to check out the collection.
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I’m so excited to finally launch my very own clothing line through @vimvixen! When I got out of prison, I wanted to do something to support women just like me…women who have done their time and paid their debt to society. Nonetheless, these women are still over-looked and forgotten after being released from jail or prison. Resources and services are largely catered to men, disregarding the women that greatly need our support. A portion of the proceeds from my clothing line “The Remy Ma Collection” will go towards my foundation @remymafoundation, which helps women who have experienced incarceration, by providing opportunities and life-long resources to help enhance their lives and the lives of their families. I am so very proud of this moment! Launching both a clothing line and foundation are two things I have been very passionate about since my release from prison! I want to thank my entire team and @VIMVixen for seeing and supporting my vision of helping women all over the country! Stay tuned, because I will be giving my fans a chance to win a shopping spree really soon! And don’t forget you can stop by any Vim store in the 5 boroughs and NJ to purchase the #RemyMaCollection and you can shop online at SHOPVIMVIXEN.COM #remyma #remymafia!!!
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