13/09/2017
Love is love.

Words by

George Tzintzis

The marriage equality plebiscite has been on everyone’s mind the past few weeks. It’s awesome to see fashion labels at the forefront of this conversation, trying to make a difference.

Only the other week Gorman was giving away free T-shirts to help foster as many enrollments as possible. And now Factorie is following suit.

Voting forms have started to be sent out nationally and Factorie is making sure people are aware.

In conjunction with the Love is Love campaign, the label designed 300 unisex tees to give away to its customers online. The basic white tees sport the 'Love is Love' slogan on the back along with a rainbow version of brand's logo. 

Unfortunately, all 300 have already been snapped up but we've got our fingers crossed Factorie makes a few more.

factorie.com.au

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