Choupette's Diary Is Launching a Collection Called 'RIP Daddy' in Memory of Karl Lagerfeld
A part of the proceeds from the RIP Daddy collection, created by Choupette's Diary, will be donated to a California animal rescue
Choupette’s Diary continues to put it’s best paw forward.
The blog exclusively announced to PEOPLE that they are launching a charitable and commemorative collection called ‘RIP Daddy’ in memory of Karl Lagerfeld.
“Following the loss of ‘Daddy’ Karl Lagerfeld on February 19, 2019, Choupette’s Diary went into mourning. While this has been a heartbreaking time, the Choupette’s Diary fans, followers, and fashion folk have filled her with love and support for which she will be eternally grateful,” Ashley Tschudin, creator and social media personality of Choupette’s Diary, told PEOPLE. “With this love and support, it has given Choupette the strength to put her best paw forward and launch Choupettes Diary’s own commemorative ‘RIP Daddy’ collection.”
The collection includes hoodies, shirt, mugs, phone cases, and more. The illustrations that appear on the products were designed by the Choupette’s Diary logo illustrator, Monica Smiley of eighty seventh st.‘
Choupette’s Diary is focusing on being a “FURlanthropist” with this collection.
“This line is important to Choupette’s Diary because it is the brand’s opportunity to give back and help animals less fortunate than Choupette. With select purchases from the ‘RIP Daddy’ collection, a portion of proceeds will be donated to the Helen Woodward Animal Center; a private non-profit organization in California that has been committed to the philosophy of people helping animals and animals helping people for over 40 years,” Tschudin said.
The limited edition line, which launches on Friday, will be available exclusively through the Choupette’s Diary shop.
The RIP Daddy Collection was created by Choupette’s Diary and Ashley Tschudin and is not in connection with the Karl Lagerfeld namesake brand.