We’re all still mourning the tragic loss of Cameron Boyce. And now, his family is launching a new clothing line in his honor. The Disney Channel actor unfortunately passed away after suffering from a seizure in his sleep on July 6, 2019. He was only 20 years old at the time, and the entire world was heartbroken over the devastating loss.
Teaming up with stylist Veronica Graye, the clothing line is called Archives. The clothes will be available sometime in November 2019, but you can check out a sneak peak of them here. So far there are two sweatshirts which you can preorder — both are black with the words “Tell Me I’m a Person, Not a Label” written on the sleeves.
“Knowing that as a society people are continuously being labeled, this subject was often the center of mine and Cameron’s conversations,” the stylist shared on the company’s Instagram account. “We wanted to say something to the world that was much bigger than ourselves. We made this sweatshirt to make an impact, that this movement would change the way we speak, treat and judge others.”
“We have been honored to have some of Cameron’s friends share this message with us. Thank you to everyone who believes in this, and who is getting this conversation moving,” the company continued. “Thank you @booboostewart.art for everything!”
“I’m so proud of Cam, every day,” China wrote on her Instagram account, alongside a snap of herself in the sweater.
A portion of the profits will go to The Cameron Boyce Foundation. For those of you who don’t know, The Cameron Boyce Foundation was started by his parents after the Descendants star’s tragic death. According to its official website, the foundation “provides young people artistic and creative outlets as alternatives to violence and negativity and uses resources and philanthropy for positive change in the world.”
Cameron will definitely never be forgotten.
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