Erin Robinson | March 13, 2020 | Sponsored Post
Wyld Empyre, known for creating “museum-quality” exotic handbags, often works with local nonprofits such as Kids Who Care. By partnering with these organizations, Wyld Empyre gives back to the community and showcases its one-of-a-kind collections. The new Collection IV features a collaboration with So Fort Worth It and introduces a non-exotic line with an interesting twist.
For those unfamiliar with Wyld Empyre, Lauren Blake, founder and creative director explains, “Wyld Empyre is the culmination of my lifelong love affair with fashion and art, and my passion for sculpting. After years of graphic design, it’s a dream come true to create art with my hands again. Wyld Empyre pieces are designed to be museum quality accessories that owners can wear today and pass down to future generations”.
Lauren Blake designs her company’s pieces in her native Texas, works closely with US-based Purveyors of responsibly-sourced exotic skins, and directs the Manhattan-based workshop as they bring each handcrafted piece to life.
Kids Who Care is an organization supporting kids in musical theatre.
"Our desire at Kids Who Care is to create a place where the child is cherished. To find kids who love the process of creating musical theatre, to find adults who adore kids and the process, to invite the most talented artists, accountants, community volunteers, and business partners to join us, and when the lights go up, we all find delight!" says Founding Executive Director, Deborah Jung.
You won’t want to miss Wyld Empyre’s new collection at this exclusive launch event in collaboration with So Fort Worth it. Be sure to check out Wyld Empyre, So Fort Worth It, and Kids Who Care on social media at @wyldempyre, @sofortworthit, and @kidswhocare, and shop Wyld Empyre at https://www.wyldempyre.com.