Montreal-based eco-fashion designer Amanda Moss has designed a capsule collection called The Cornflower Collection to raise funds in support of ALS Awareness Month. ALS stands for Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, commonly known as Lou Gehrig‘s disease. There is no known cure. The Blue Cornflower is the international flower of hope for ALS.
Moss’s family was directly impacted by the disease a decade ago, and she wanted to contribute to fundraising efforts and to raise awareness. The collection is exclusively available via her Etsy page.
If you’re looking for a beautiful pattern to add to your summer wardrobe, the collection’s blue cornflower design is just what the fashion doctor ordered! For more information you can follow the Amanda Moss Facebook page or scroll through her pretty pics on Instagram.