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Hugo BOSS/Hoop ‘Til It Hurts Foundation Fundraising Event

February 5, 2022

Saturday, February 5th, 2022

Hugo Boss and the Hoop ‘Til It Hurts Foundation have announced their third fundraising event benefitting Hoop ‘Til It Hurts Foundation on Saturday, February 5th, 2022 at their flagship store at 520 N. Michigan Avenue. BOSS teamed up with the NBA to present a collection with bold style and stamped with iconic logos. Step up your wardrobe game, and discover the full collection.

10% of all store sales made that day will be donated to the foundation.

If you are unable to make the event, you can also please your order over the phone by calling 312-321-0700.

Chicago Street Artists:


AcrylicTraphouse is an artist duo who have been creating art together for well over a decade. The team consist of Big Manny of the southeast side and Larrie Bell of the Northside of Chicago. These artist have recognizable art and mural work on display in and around the Chicagoland area and as far away as Ghana, Africa. Larrie Bell’s unique style of acrylic pouring and painting, repurposing vintage items, custom jewelry making, and glassware production; matched with Big Manny’s street art style of painting and muralist work, custom clothing designing, and sketch detail is stunning and unique.

Joe Kraft

Joe Kraft is a working artist in Chicago, IL. He received his BFA from the New York State College of Ceramics at Alfred University in 2012. Upon graduation, he received a Windgate Fellowship Grant and spent time traveling the Southwest to experience and research Land Art. Growing up in Illinois he wound up in Chicago soon after. He has been an artist in residence at Lillstreet Art Center, the AIR Ceramic Center in Vallauris, France, Guldagergaard International Ceramic Research Center in Denmark, and Ash Street Projects in Portland, OR. While his primary medium is clay, Joe’s practice is rooted in drawing, which drives all other parts of his artistic work.

Ahmad/Reco the Great

Ahmad James Lee is a visual storyteller. Bringing together typography, illustration, painting, and graphic/web design, he creates the surreal and unexpected using dynamic color and composition across multiple disciplines. His clients range both large and small all around the globe.


February 5, 2022