Chefs and designers are coming together to create a new line of pact clothing and clothing accessories, which will be sold through the online retailer Amazon.co.uk.
These are items such as jeans, jackets, shirts, jackets and jackets and accessories, and are designed to help you feel more comfortable when you shop at the shops.
The pact clothes will be available at some stores, but not all, and will be launched later this year.
The products will include a range of items that will be made by some of the world’s most renowned brands, such as Alpaca, Tarte and Dolce & Gabbana.
The brand’s head of design, Andrew Wysong, said the products were meant to be more stylish, with a “pro-social message” and are meant to “change your daily life”.
“It’s meant to empower you with the confidence to do the things you normally wouldn’t, and to really make a difference to the lives of others, whether you’re a parent or a community leader, or just an everyday person who wants to feel more empowered,” he said.
The Pact is being launched alongside a series of new deals on the site, which have been available for a week now.
The website is expected to expand to about 500 stores this month, including about 50 of the biggest chain stores.
But the promise of change will be tempered by the reality of how people feel about their own wellbeing.
“It feels like there’s a lot of fear out there,” said Ms Hodge, adding that she had noticed a significant decrease in the number of people talking about their wellbeing on social media.
“We have a lot more work to do to change the culture of this society, and how we live our lives, and that’s what the Pact is about,” she said.
Amazon.co-founder Jeff Bezos has pledged to donate 10% of the profits from the Pact to organisations working on poverty eradication, such the Global Fund to Fight AIDS, Tuberculosis and Malaria (GFA-TB).
The Pact website is set to open in a few weeks.