Naab Design Breaks Down Barriers Through Inclusive Program For The Homeless

Industry: Fashion

This e-commerce store gives back to the community and those without homes through generous campaign called Models Without Homes

Los Angeles, CA (PRUnderground) July 16th, 2020

Naab Design, a Los Angeles-based online shop, makes it their mission to give back to the community – especially those without homes to call their own – by their campaign called Models Without Homes.

Models Without Homes began with the founders gifting Persian shorts to the homeless of Los Angeles and asking them to model the merchandise for them. This comes from a belief that everyone should be included and everyone should be uplifted, especially during difficult times.

Naab Design is firm on the fact that to enhance confidence, inclusivity must be cultivated. The team, instead of hiring regular models, took it to the streets to tried to give the homeless their confidence back – even if it’s just through shirts. Through this program, Naab Design hopes that the LA community – and people in general – can start looking at the people around us with better perspective, compassion, and generosity.

“Modeling encourages interaction and confidence – we can drop off clothes at the Goodwill store but we will never know who receive it and we don’t have a say where it goes,” the team says. “We believe Models Without Homes is a great way to build up those people broken by society and help them see that they’ve had the beauty all along – someone just has to show them.”

Furthermore, Naab Design has a carefully curated online store that is brimming with culture and art. They can personalize the products you choose and ships anywhere in the world.

The team is excited to introduce more of their products and pave way for inclusivity and positivity in today’s world. Learn more about the company at

About Naab Design

Naab Design is an e-commerce store that sells carefully curated lifestyle items. It aims to bring art and inclusivity into all their products.

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