Since 2009 the Obakki clothing collection has been the definition of philanthropic fashion. With 100 percent of the proceeds from each garment sold supporting The Obakki Foundation, which is currently aiding the water crisis in South Sudan, the company has not only produced luxurious designs but has also helped change the world.
This season Obakki has launched the “10 Pieces For Change” collection to continue that crusade.Treana Peake, Obakki’s founder and creative director, rounded up a bevy of Sudanese beauties that she calls the “faces of change” (models Ajang Majok, Mari Malek, Atong Arjok, Ajak Deng and Nyamuoch Girwath) to share personal stories about their homeland’s plight and to highlight Obakki’s stunning collection in a short campaign video.
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