The second popular The Russian Rifle Nikita Kucherov shirt Design is that of the Hedgehog (Russian word: ????). KoKotish has expanded their line from carrying to now sweatshirts as well! This design showcases the Russian word for Hedgehog with a small outline image of the animal directly above the word. This design is featured as a black image on a white and a white image on a black . It truly is quite the perfect pair! The “Year” tee, is simplistic yet powerful. We all have a particular year in our life that has significant meaning to us. Maybe it was the year you graduated from high school or college. Maybe it was the year you got married or even the year you had your children. Whatever the occasion this is the perfect for remembering the year those great memories happened for you or for others, as this would make a great gift! As the year continues on, we cannot wait to see what else the KoKotish brand has in store for us!Combining sophisticated streetwear style and the charitable efforts benefiting children in schools based in Kolkata, India, The Ollin delivers socially conscious style with ease.
The Russian Rifle Nikita Kucherov shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
The collection includes The Russian Rifle Nikita Kucherov shirt both women’s and men’s graphic tees in which 15% of all sales go to towards funding various educational programs in Kolkata helping to break the poverty cycle in this community. With the purchase of a single, anyone can make a difference in the children’s lives that need it most. Through promoting a positive lifestyle, it is The Ollin’s mission as a global for-profit clothing company to create a brand that lets consumers make a statement with personal style, while making an impact on the world.The graphics used on the are meant to challenge people to think deeper than just what they see. For example the “Uncommon” design, which is the most basic of the tees, is the word common crossed out. The rest of the world wants everyone to live a common life – living without making too much disruption. The “Uncommon” message and design like the rest of the pieces in the collection are meant to inspire and challenge people to live extraordinary lives.