Kaia Gerber Has Teamed Up With Bleusalt For A Hoodie With A Good Cause
Every hoodie helps towards finding homes for young people in foster care.
Malibu-based popular it-girl brand Bleusalt was founded in 2017 by Lyndie Benson. The brand prides itself on creating high quality sustainable basics made and inspired by Malibu.
For this year’s spring/summer season, the brand has teamed up with fashion model Kaia Gerber to create a sustainable basic hoodie called the Kaia Crop Skater. Following the recent success of the charitable Kaia Pant, the brand wanted to create a top to match that would also donate 20 percent of all sales to the non-for-profit charity A Sense of Home. The American charity aims to create homes for those in foster care.
The new hoodie is available to shop in six colors – black, navy, light gray, dark gray, white and camel, making it easy to pair with pretty much anything. The vegan and cruelty free brand has been seen on many Instagram favourites such as Gigi Hadid, Emma Chamberlain and Nina Agdal.
The hoodie is available to shop now via Bleusalt’s website for $140 USD, but hurry as limited quantities are available.