Lambert, Ola Volo and Passages are giving back to women.
For a brand-new collaboration, the Lambert team partnered with world-renowned artist Ola Volo to design a unique piece—and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Montreal non-profit Passages. For each OLA scarf ($50) sold, Passages will receive a $10 donation. The funds will go to support the organization’s overall mission, help 14 women living in community housing, and offer a range of activities to participants in the transition program. The scarf itself offers comfort and elegance thanks to its smooth and satin finish, and can be worn six ways: on the neck (scarf), on the head (bandana), at the waist (belt), in the hair (hair tie), as a fashion accessory (attached to your bag) and like a top (tied in the back).
By women, for women, and 100 per cent made in Québec, this is a work-of-art scarf we’re proud to sport, and support. —Noa Nichol