Mode MQ Europe Ltd. is proud to be showcasing the talents of little known designers from around the world. First to be announced is a collaboration between Mode MQ and Parisian vintage designer Pierre-Paul Ekambi (AKA Peep) who has created a military-style “Garrison Cap” to raise both monies and continued awareness for Black Lives Matter. He has created a limited edition of 1,000 individually numbered Black Caps with a hand-stitched yellow Peep-BLM logo.
From an initial modelling career for such household names as Ungaro, F Smalto, Kenzo, Candia, and Adidas amongst others, Peep then progressed into PR/Promotion where he eventually rose to become responsible for Diesel Jeans; where he enjoyed 7 successful years.
Recently, ill health has resulted in him losing both kidneys and having to endure the stresses of weekly dialysis as he awaits a French donor match that could restore him to full health.
Determined not to let this potentially terminal illness slow him down, Peep is now combining his experience and expertise in fashion to create this unique and prestigious cap, along with becoming reacquainted with former top international catalogue model, Jessica Andersson.
As a result, Mode MQ, Jessica, and LePeeps have joined forces to create this fashion project in order to raise both funds and continued awareness for Black Lives Matter.
ModeMQ with over twenty-five years’ experience in fashion, music, entertainment, PR/Marketing, and live events. Our productions have encompassed collaborations with the world’s top designers, models, photographers, and journalists. Utilising our vast wealth of expertise, contacts, and business acumen. We will also look to “Give More Than Receive”, following such organisations as “The Giving Pledge”, are assembling a global dedicated team of freelancers, designers, photographers, visualists, public relations, media publishers, non-paid Influencers, all with the intent of Making a Difference. Encouraging all to “Practice what they post”, as we support such initiatives as “Black Lives Matter”, Corporate Social Responsibility, and Our Environment, there is no “Planet B”.