Bliss and Mischief describes the brand on its website as, “Playful, forward-thinking, yet fueled by soulful nostalgia, Bliss and Mischief is committed to creating with an open mind, attention to detail and dedication to action. To classic American craftsmanship. Judging by the impeccable skill and effort in each piece, it is clear that the mission statement is justified.
In the year In 2016, after the election, the Los Angeles-based clothing brand hosted a holiday sale, with 15% of the proceeds donated to organizations including Planned Parenthood. On top of that, founder Hilary Justin told Vogue, “After this year’s election, there was no way I could do business as usual, and finding a way to bring the business back gave me a powerful way to move forward. .”
She continued, “We’re allowing our customers to choose from a small selection of organizations based on their immediate needs or the ability to impact government, like the Standing Rock Sioux. I’m excited to see the orders. We come up with a variety of causes to support, and it’s a powerful reminder that we can make a real difference based on where we choose to put our money.” .