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COMMITMENT CONTENT

NHS: As the government advised, during the Covid 19 lockdown (March – June 2020) sadly we had to close our studio in East London, Dalston. This was really hard times for us, just like any other small business. Our hearts were expanding to NHS and the health workers.

As soon as we went back to our studio in July 2020, to support our community and do the least of we can do to contribute to the public, we decided to make non-surgical and re-usable masks and donate to establishments who still had to work during pandemic.

Dee Ozturk, who is the creative director of Harem London, designed, developed and sewed almost two hundred masks herself, by up-cycling fabrics from previous collections. We donated the masks to local care houses, funeral directors and charities in East London.

However, we did not stop there; from August 2021 onwards, we have made and sold more than three hundred masks and donated the income from the sales to NHS.

Giving back to the community, in those dark times were our biggest motivation and it kept us going. We were thrilled to receive a letter and a very warm “thank you card” signed by the NHS healthcare workers.

HOSPITAL ROOMS

Hospital Rooms is a London-based charity organisation whose work we have been following and admiring over the years. It is found by artist Tim A Shaw and curator Niamh White, after visiting a mental health hospital. They were shocked to find that the hospital environment was cold and clinical. From that day onwards, the pair have been working closely with fine art artists to renovate mental health hospitals, in order to turn them into more welcoming and warmer places for vulnerable patients with mental illness as well as selling online affordable art pieces to create funding for donations.

Harem London reached out to Hospital Rooms in mid-March 2021, wanting to be a part of the great collaborations and workshops the charity organizes for a well needed cause.

After hearing Hospital Room’s story and an inspirational brainstorming session with Tim, the creative director of Harem London, Dee Ozturk has designed a beanie exclusively for the charity. Dee decided to spread some colorful evil eye beads- that you can replace for your pleasure- to “protect your mind from the evil eye”. This beanie represents the heritage of the brand’s culture, while spreading the message of mental health’s importance in a colorful way.

“Evil eye beads” are a big part of Turkish and mostly Middle Eastern culture that symbolizes protection one from negative energy and “bad eyes”. It is a superstitious belief embedded in the roots of the cultural heritage that even when a baby is born, it is a tradition to gift an evil eye bead with a gold coin, to wish the baby and the parents protection from bad energy.

The beanie exclusively made for Hospital Rooms carrying multicolor evil eye beads represent us to remember to always think positive and to let go of the negative tricks that our minds play to us sometimes. Especially during pandemic, it is crucial to focus on a positive mindset and stay hopeful.

Hospital Rooms x Harem London collaboration item "Harem Exclusive Beanie" is still available on Hospital-rooms.com. The beanies are handcrafted in Harem London studio and made of upcycled 100% organic cotton ribbing.

COMMITMENT CONTENT

NHS: As the government advised, during the Covid 19 lockdown (March – June 2020) sadly we had to close our studio in East London, Dalston. This was really hard times for us, just like any other small business. Our hearts were expanding to NHS and the health workers.

As soon as we went back to our studio in July 2020, to support our community and do the least of we can do to contribute to the public, we decided to make non-surgical and re-usable masks and donate to establishments who still had to work during pandemic.

Dee Ozturk, who is the creative director of Harem London, designed, developed and sewed almost two hundred masks herself, by up-cycling fabrics from previous collections. We donated the masks to local care houses, funeral directors and charities in East London.

However, we did not stop there; from August 2021 onwards, we have made and sold more than three hundred masks and donated the income from the sales to NHS.

Giving back to the community, in those dark times were our biggest motivation and it kept us going. We were thrilled to receive a letter and a very warm “thank you card” signed by the NHS healthcare workers.

HOSPITAL ROOMS

Hospital Rooms is a London-based charity organisation whose work we have been following and admiring over the years. It is found by artist Tim A Shaw and curator Niamh White, after visiting a mental health hospital. They were shocked to find that the hospital environment was cold and clinical. From that day onwards, the pair have been working closely with fine art artists to renovate mental health hospitals, in order to turn them into more welcoming and warmer places for vulnerable patients with mental illness as well as selling online affordable art pieces to create funding for donations.

Harem London reached out to Hospital Rooms in mid-March 2021, wanting to be a part of the great collaborations and workshops the charity organizes for a well needed cause.

After hearing Hospital Room’s story and an inspirational brainstorming session with Tim, the creative director of Harem London, Dee Ozturk has designed a beanie exclusively for the charity. Dee decided to spread some colorful evil eye beads- that you can replace for your pleasure- to “protect your mind from the evil eye”. This beanie represents the heritage of the brand’s culture, while spreading the message of mental health’s importance in a colorful way.

“Evil eye beads” are a big part of Turkish and mostly Middle Eastern culture that symbolizes protection one from negative energy and “bad eyes”. It is a superstitious belief embedded in the roots of the cultural heritage that even when a baby is born, it is a tradition to gift an evil eye bead with a gold coin, to wish the baby and the parents protection from bad energy.

The beanie exclusively made for Hospital Rooms carrying multicolor evil eye beads represent us to remember to always think positive and to let go of the negative tricks that our minds play to us sometimes. Especially during pandemic, it is crucial to focus on a positive mindset and stay hopeful.

Hospital Rooms x Harem London collaboration item "Harem Exclusive Beanie" is still available on Hospital-rooms.com. The beanies are handcrafted in Harem London studio and made of upcycled 100% organic cotton ribbing.