MNRK Luxe lightweight JoggersRegular price $49.99 Save $-49.99
Get cozy this season with these lightweight joggers!
We are so excited to launch our Give Back collaboration with local Indigenous artist Annie Martin. Each gorgeous piece of the MNRK x ROSEWOLF collection features our signature MNRK logo on the front and Annie Martin's gorgeous artwork on the back,
$10 of every piece of clothing sold will be donated directly to Lennox Island Women’s Shelter
About the Artwork
“The piece I did for MNRK was a really exciting collaboration – learning their slogan “Your Body. Your Style. Your Rules.” is a great message for women on so many levels. The butterfly is commonly known as a symbol of transformation and hope. I feel like this design embodies that slogan, as well as the cause we have chosen to donate to for this line; it’s time to grow even more awareness and voices speaking up about the heartbreaking number of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls, and it’s time to have hope that with the knowledge, comes change, and that can give us all hope that there will be No More Stolen Sisters. We can do more, and women and men can stand up for one another to address this human rights crisis and these appalling numbers of mothers, sisters, daughters.. all women who could not return home.
The braid for the butterfly’s body is representative of a sweetgrass braid. I wanted to make sure that an Indigenous aspect was added as well as signifying femininity – women are strong, resilient, powerful and beautiful. “ - Annie Martin, Indigenous Artist.
About Annie Martin:
Annie Martin is a Mi’kmaw artist from Sikuek, Nova Scotia, and a proud member of Millbrook First Nation. She has lived in beautiful Epekwitk for the past 10 years. Annie found her passion for creating art in 2014, when she then started her business: RoseWolf Creations. She has been creating her art throughout Mi’kma’ki ever since, in pyrography, paints, jewelry making, and more. Annie’s art incorporates traditional Mi’kmaq motifs and imagery, nature, and abstract designs in her wood-burning pieces and jewellery. In 2018 She was selected to be a contributing artist to the "New Dawn Staff of Place and Belonging", a collaborative piece that is meant to represent the diversity of people in Mi'kma'ki, which replaced the ceremonial mace at DalhousieUniversity. Having RoseWolf as a creative outlet has helped her stay connected and continuously learn about her culture, and has taught her the importance of self-growth, to accept challenges, and expand her horizons.
Instagram : @rosewolfcreations