RS Francisco develops dream line of fun, colorful apparel

posted August 06, 2020 at 08:20 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbiz
Unusual times call for innovation. And for multifaceted celebrity-businessman RS Francisco, the extra time brought by the unexpected (and unfortunate) pandemic gave way for him to fully develop his dream line of fun and colorful apparel while adding a functional twist to keep people safe protected from the virus.

Boy group Chicser (from left to right) Owy Posadas, Cav Villafuerte, Ully Basa, and Oliver Posadas in RS Luxe Wear.
A deliberate act that was partly aimed to promote public service in Pride month, RS’ passion for fashion meets his passion for mankind with a continuous pledge of 50 percent from RS Luxxe Wear sales to charitable pursuits in response to COVID-19.

“May this piece of RS Luxxe Wear comes as a blessing to you, a clothing line that we’ve created to touch the lives of many people,” the award-winning actor, creative, and revolutionary entrepreneur stated. 

The auspicious day of Aug. 8, RS Francisco’s birthday, marks the official launch of RS Luxxe Wear (RSLW). There will be a live online selling on RS Francisco’s Facebook page to be graced by the country’s trending social media personalities Team Joss—Sachzna Laparan and Jomar Lovena—and Team EBS—Angelica Yap and Flow-G. 

In collaboration with Frontrow Cares, the online selling will give patrons who purchase at least one shirt from the Facebook Live launch two additional face masks free of charge.  The exact time for RS’ online charity fashion event tomorrow will be announced on RS Luxxe Wear official Instagram page, where you can also get a view of all the shirt and mask designs.


Topics: Owy Posadas , Cav Villafuerte , Ully Basa , 0 Oliver Posadas , RS Luxe Wear , colorful apparel , Frontrow Cares , RS Francisco
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