Cords For Music, a collection of bracelets, earrings and necklaces that benefits music education in deserving communities, is featured at two New York City holiday pop-up shops, the Seaport Studios holiday takeover at the two-story market at 19 Fulton Street, as well as Random Acts of Creativity's nomadic storefront at 98 Orchard Street.
Visit Seaport Studios at 19 Fulton Street, New York, NY 10038, beginning Dec. 10, and Random Acts of Creativity at 98 Orchard Street, New York, NY 10002, from Dec. 9-21, 2015, to buy the music-themed finery at the holiday markets.
Each Cords for Music piece makes a heartfelt statement and makes a difference. The first fashion brand to focus on music education as its social component, the company's Core Collection conjures the feeling of awe every child has when they first lay their eyes on a guitar. The designs are refined and iconic, themed around the most intimate tool of rock n' roll, the guitar pick. The collection is made in America of high quality raw materials such as silver, leather, and a vibrant assortment of cotton colors.
CFM's first major partnership is with Education through Music (ETM), a New York based non-profit with an affiliate in Los Angeles. Education Through Music partners with inner-city schools to provide all students with music as a core subject, and to create school communities that value the arts.
Portion of each sale goes to charities that help fund music education in public schools and underserved communities.
For more information on Cords For Music or make a purchase, please visit www.cordsformusic.com.