HoMie’s new release is inspired by hi-vis clothing

Words by Maeve Kerr-Crowley

Nobody should be invisible.

HoMie has released a second winter range, and it’s all about high visibility.

The social enterprise/fashion label uses 100 per cent of its profits to help out young people experiencing homelessness.

As well as black and white staple products, the new release features a palette of lime green, pink and orange.

The idea is that, contrary to stereotypes, a lot of homelessness is invisible. Many people sleep in their cars, on couches or in supported accommodation rather than on the street.

Turning this invisibility around, HoMie took inspiration from hi-vis clothing for the collection, with the aim of reminding people to always look out for those around them.

Check out Higher Vision here.


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