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116 Collections

116 Collections


Our passion for design drove us to consider new ways to broaden our horizon of possibility.  We wanted to understand what the next level in 116 fashions would look like and then deliver that to you. This desire pushed us to think beyond ourselves to do something completely new. Starting now, 116 will come together with a particular brand or designer to design new collections. Each time we will partner to bring you fresh, cohesive collections of apparel and accessories.

Our first collection is a partnership with Marko Purac of Over Clothing. In this collection, you will find new ‘Unashamed’ and ‘116’ crew neck sweaters, t-shirts, socks, towels and totes. 

 Shop the 116 x Marko Purac Collection now



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Is there any way that I could submit a design for the collection?

– Apr 17 2015

Worship :GungorAaron Gillespie (from Underoath)All The Bright Lights (Compare to Explosions in the Sky, Mogwai [Instrumental / Worship]AnathalloThe BrillianceHillsong UnitedJohn Mark McMillanWorship / Pop :Brooke Fraser [Singer from Hillsong United]Chris AugustPhil WickhamRobbie Seay BandWill RetherfordJosh Garrels Sons and DaughtersBluegrass / Countryish :Can I say Mumford and Sons (Despite the F-word in one song ) *There parents are wohrsip leaders at a Vineyard church in EuropeThe Civil Wars [Former Christian Pop artist Joy Williams]Jon Foremans Solo Albums (In a category of its own)Sufjan Stevens (Again another category)Rock / Club:Mute Math (Former Christian Band Members from Earthsuit)Owl City (Not sure if Adam is a Christian, but some strong lyrics and songs would suggest otherwise [i.e. Meteor Shower and his cover of In Christ Alone SeabirdAnberlinAngels Airwaves (*Probably not Christian, but please listen to Heaven )CourrierFuture of ForestryThe MyriadHard Core : (To Add to Katie's list)EmeryRap : Trip LeeFlameSorry for the long post but I could go on and on.I really would like to know / see your thoughts on the bridge between Christian and Secular labels. I lean more to the side of not listening to Christian music, because there are so many artists that have unbelievable music and present a message of truth that speaks more volume to non-believers and many more people in the world than a Christian band/artist may be able to reach. The Christian term for music tends to give off the separatist vibe I mean does anyone really respect the Dove awards beside the Christian community?I don't want to not respect the Christian music scene, because there are great artists out there who are trying to reach the lost, to reach the broken, and much more that God wants them to do, but there are some Christian artists, who abuse that label, and have hurt themselves and their Christian surroundings who they represent.I have been pressured into the Christian music category, due to the fact people judge you when you listen to artists who aren't on a local Christian station. I strive to use all avenues of music, that have messages of truth that can relate to circumstances in peoples lives, that can bring me closer to them in a way that I can let God's light shine through whatever circumstance to show His truth.Sorry again for the long post Thanks for your blog Jonathan, always enjoy your posts from the heart!

– Nov 23 2015

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