Project360 Unveils Revolutionary Fashion Line
Helping your fellow man never goes out of style. Such is the philosophy behind Project360, the revolutionary brand was originally founded in 2009 by Patrick Schwarzenegger, Nick Sheinberg and Kimberly Barth. In fall 2014, the company was bought out and is now exclusively owned by Kimberly Barth. Since its debut, Project360 has been featured on the cover of Glamour, in Details and People magazines and seen on “The View,” “Access Hollywood” and “The Ellen Show."
Team Project360 has appeared on various television shows, in multiple magazines and, most recently, in the book “100 Making A Difference”by renowned photographer John Russo and CNN Correspondent Elizabeth Chambers. The three entrepreneurs frequently organize and partake in charity initiatives and fundraisers, and make public speaking appearances.
Project360 apparel and accessories use fashion as a vehicle to generate social awareness of important global issues such as Alzheimer’s Disease, cancer and children in need. The collection features a series of inspirational mantras, each one representing a different worldly cause. Each piece comes with motivational messages, facts and suggestions on how to make a difference. Many products are made with unique and unusual items like recycled leather and scrap materials.
Every purchase does good. Project360 raises funds and organizes donation for worthy causes.
Inspired by the 2008 California Governor and First Lady’s Women’s Conference, Project360 is proud to be an “architect of change.”
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