Drip Eight, a clothing brand created by Pelham teens Vincent Testorf and Julia Corso (both 16), was presented at the Small Boutique Fashion Week at New York Fashion Week and the cowd went wild.

They showcased their young, contemporary streetwear garments which help save and bring awareness to irreversible climate changes.

These two teens have always wanted to make a positive impact on the world. They bring awareness and aid to a major problem their generation must face in a youthful and exciting manner—10 % of all sales go to various charities such as onetreeplanted.org, which plants trees throughout the world in a fight for clean air.

Co-founders Julia Corso and Vincent Testorf both emphasize the need for community and togetherness. They boast of their New York origins in their clothing. Many catchphrases such as “Conceived in NYC” show their dedication to the city and its people.

Their website is www.dripeight.com

More photos at https://we.tl/b-4XSl87Gc1l

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