With the rise of mental health disorders in 2021 due to the pandemic, Buffbunny, an activewear brand, has launched its charitable and size-inclusive Mad Scientist Collection. The inspiration for this collection was to bring awareness to the importance of making your mental health, as well as your physical health, a priority.
Did you know that 1 in 5 U.S. adults experience mental illness each year? In fact, some of history’s greatest minds, such as Isaac Newton, Albert Einstein, and Vincent Van Gogh, struggled with mental health.
To help bring awareness to the importance of mental health Buffbunny will be donating to National Alliance on Mental Illness, a mental health organization that aims to provide advocacy and education surrounding those living with mental illness.
While a fitness-focused company, Buffbunny also believes in advocating for mental health awareness, as maintaining your state of mind is just as important as doing so for your physical health.
All styles are available in XXS – XXXL and are under $100. To shop the collection please visit: https://www.buffbunny.com/collections/mad-scientist-collection.
This brand was created by Heidi Somers in San Antonio, Texas, during the year 2016. Heidi recognized the need for a women-owned fitness apparel brand that was diverse and inclusive and set out to create one. A brand designed for women by women. From the custom fabrics to the creative designs, Buffbunny Collection thoughtfully focuses on making items for every type of woman.
Heidi combined her love for fashion with her passion for fitness to create beautiful, high-quality, and functional pieces for different body types. The launch of the first collection was out of her home, designing all of the items herself for the first two years until a design team was hired on to help. To learn more about Buffbunny please visit: https://www.buffbunny.com/.
NAMI is the National Alliance on Mental Illness, the nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness. To learn more please visit: https://nami.org/home.
Source: Buffbunny, NAMI