Club SYFTK AW24: Christian-wear brand releases four-part ‘Peace Collection’



Having burst onto the scene in late 2023, Christian-wear brand Club SYFTK is continuing on its evangelism-through-fashion path in 2024 with the release of the first of a four-part collection titled ‘Peace’.

With a pristine blend of contemporary fashion and spiritual symbolism, the Peace Collection aims to inspire believers with its message of tranquility and faith.

Merchandise comprising the Peace Collection will be dropped in four phases, a first of its kind for Zimbabwean fashion.

Part 1, which dropped earlier this month, is a graphic tee that does well to maintain the aesthetic of Club SYFTK’s SS23 drop, and perfectly manages to capture the theme of the Peace Collection.

The front of the tee features the Club SYFTK logo on the left breast side, and the title of the collection on the right breast side.

PEACE Part 1 — Front

As is usual for a Club SYFTK tee, the back draws all the attention – a white dove in mid-flight that symbolises peace being the centerpiece.

Above the dove, the word “peace” is prominently displayed. Below the dove is Mandarin text that translates to;

PEACE Part 1 — Back

“Find peace in everything you do. Always trust in God and He will give you internal peace.”

Club SYFTK creative director, Munopaishe Makande, also exclusively revealed to Mcheno And More that the second drop will feature a sweater, followed by cargo pants and a t- shirt for Part 3.

The final phase will be a capsule collection featuring of all the pieces from part 1 to 3, but coming in new design formats.

In explaining why the Peace collection is set to come out in 4-phases, Makande said;

“I really want to tell a story from part 1 to part 4, with each design set to be different from each other.”

With just their second ever collection, Club SYFTK has found its audience amongst the predominantly Christian population and essentially reinvented the wheel in terms of release schedules. Makande explained the objective behind the Peace Collection as follows;

“What I really want achieve with this collection is for people to see God as point of peacefulness. If we reach out to God within the chaos that’s happening around the world, there is peace within Him. So, if you find peace, you find God.”

The unveiling of the Peace Collection comes as no surprise to fashionable Christians who have been eagerly awaiting the brand’s first drop of 2024. Known for clean and minimalistic designs, Club SYFTK continues to make devotion fashionable with its latest release.

We are eager to see how the brand will continue to merge style with spirituality as the Autumn/Winter 2024 season trudges on, and as Club SYFTK gives us the remaining three phases of the Peace Collection.

For those interested in exploring the Peace Collection and other offerings from Club SYFTK, visit their Instagram page for a firsthand look at their latest creations. You can also place your order directly through Makande’s Whatsapp number.


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