The I Love Jesus Collection Presented by RISING STAR

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The I Love Jesus Collection Presented by RISING STAR

The unique fashion house, RISING STAR, is launching the ‘I Love Jesus’ Collection for the EarthSchool and EarthChurch following the profound ‘I Met Jesus’ Collection

The team at RISING STAR led by the passionate art enthusiast and designer, James Dennis, has literally risen to the occasion with the launch of the groundbreaking collection titled I Love Jesus. The project was done in collaboration with talented photographers, Marvin Moore and Brandon Nelson, to highlight the Glory of Christ using unique art. The move is in line with the brand’s goal of leveraging their influence using completely original ideas to drive conversations around world-changing projects.

The global fashion industry has witnessed a series of evolution over the years, growing to host several household names. RISING STAR aims to take the fashion experience to a whole new level by uniquely integrating compelling and thought-provoking art into their works as substantiated by the newly announced I Love Jesus Collection.

The I Love Jesus project is designed to help Christians in different parts of the world to reconnect with God, using the one-of-a-kind art compilation containing 100 stellar photographs and a plethora of eye-catching digital images.

The collection includes the World’s First Billion Dollar Poem ‘I Love Jesus’ for a culture-shifting $1.1 Billion, separating the brand from any other body of work. Followed by the work of art, is the I Love Jesus #2 and #3 poems worth $350 Million each, as well as the 100 photos listed from $3.3 Million to $20.1 Million each. The brand will also feature an additional 20 limited-edition haute couture dress files, featuring up to 10 sketches per file; each dress in each file is valued at $1 Million plus with some pieces even priced at $33 Million.

The collection is available on OpenSea or by direct, private auction in New York City. As part of the move to ensure the security of buyers, escrow services will be enlisted to complete the transaction securely. The house plans on making the pieces available to the public in due time to continue preserving the rarity of the limited items.

Sales proceeds of the collection will be donated to EarthSchool and EarthChurch for funding Christian churches, libraries, and schools across the globe, including Israel, West Africa, South America, and Asia, in line with the company’s commitment to spreading the word of God.

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