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Horseworship is a Malibu-based clothing and accessories line born out of founder, avid equestrian and daily rider, Pamela Robins’, deep love and respect for the majesty of the horse. So, it should come as no surprise that through her lovely apparel she is also lifting up a good cause.
On Monday, Counter-Canter Culture readers were treated to an inside look at Wilding Museum’s exhibition Wild Spirit: Horses In Art (here) and its work with Return to Freedom’s American Wild Horse Sanctuary. Horseworship joins Wilding Museum as an ardent supporter of RTF’s mission to preserve the freedom, diversity, and habitat of America’s wild horses through sanctuary, education and conservation. In fact, a portion of all sales from The Freedom Collection, designed by Robins and featuring wild horse images by renowned equine photographer and friend of RTF, Kimerlee Curyl, go to supporting RTF’s mission.
Robins’ inspiration for the project began with seeing Kimerlee Curyl’s photos of wild horses (www.kimerleecuryl.com) at an opening. Soon the two were hard at work on The Freedom Collection, and the results are stunning.
As Curyl commented, “Pamela’s creative spirit and sensitivity to horses, as well as her willingness and dedication to participate in raising awareness for Return to Freedom can be seen and felt throughout this collection. The beauty she has created is exciting, fresh and fashionable…art has a voice!”
The premier piece in the collection is undoubtedly the Free Chief t-shirt. The piece features Chief, a magnificent Sulpher Springs Mustang who is lives freely in the RTF Sanctuary. Bursting through a red circle representing the sun into the word “Free,” Chief’s image serves as a message of hope for the future of all wild horses. Click on the picture below to make this t-shirt your own and benefit RTF.
It is not only items in The Freedom Collection that benefit RTF. The proceeds on many other impressive pieces throughout the Horseworship line are shared with the sanctuary. Such pieces include the popular My Guardian Scoop Neck Tunic from the Something Wild Collection, and the handcrafted Limited Edition Elisabeth Weinstock for Horseworship Collector Box, both pictured with purchase links below.
To learn more about Horseworship, we encourage you to visit the website: www.horseworship.com.