November 2013

Meme & Tom Huynh with Read The Label Clothing


This photo shoot was put together by graffiti artist Meme F&F who has been doing these creative shoots for some time now. This recent shoot was collaborated with the talented photographer Tom Huynh who has made a name for him self in Sacramento Ca with doing some unique portraits.

Read The label is a brand that seeks to constantly and intently provoke thought and entertainment equally through our media, garments, artwork, aesthetic goods and collaboration work. RTL is founded on the ability to craft a function first, yet concept and design inspired universe of meticulously developed items and projects to fit the interests and individuality of a select but growing number of likeminded people. We are and stand by true artists of creation who are passionate and genuine in their inspiration and intent.








Models: Madeline Brent, Amanda Roland, Meme, Kym-Cbs.
Makeup: Madlime Brent @made_by_madi

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Donate to help people hit by Typhoon Haiyan

Typhoon Haiyan, considered one of the strongest tropical storms ever, made landfall in the Philippines early November 8 and caused catastrophic damage. World Vision’s teams are assessing the damage and mobilizing a response. Donate Here!


‘The impact has been tremendous’
As many as 2,500 people are feared dead, and an estimated 800,000 are displaced after Typhoon Haiyan left a wake of utter destruction over the weekend. 

“The impact has been tremendous. It’s reported to be the biggest typhoon of the year, and it is,” said Gjeff Lamigo, World Vision communications manager in Manila.

About 9.5 million people were affected, reports the UN Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs. Haiyan wreaked havoc on the country’s telecommunications, agriculture, and transportation infrastructure, delaying recovery and relief efforts.


Read more about HOW TO HELP.

Help now
Please pray for the children, families, and communities affected by this terrible storm, and pray for those working to assist survivors who are in desperate need.

Make a one-time donation to World Vision’s Philippines Disaster Response Fund. Your contribution will help us deliver life-saving assistance in the aftermath of sudden-onset emergencies in the Philippines, like Typhoon Haiyan.

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