Faith 21 clothing can bring smiles to the face, according to the company behind them.
They are called “faith 21”, which translates to faith 21 clothing.
They offer up a range of items for sale from a range that includes a headband to a hoodie to a pair of gloves.
“There are so many different styles and styles, but I think the idea is to be a bit of a go-to source for inspiration and fun,” Faith 21 founder, Matt Denton, told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“The main thing is that it’s fun to wear and that it fits you perfectly.”
The range includes everything from the popular faith 21 hoodie, which is available in several styles including black, grey and orange, to the more subdued Faith 21 T-shirt, which looks a bit like the original Faith 21 shirt but has a darker grey top.
“We just think people are in a really good place with technology and things of that nature,” Mr Denton said.
“I think people have a lot more freedom to explore their own interests.”
Mr Dathanons new line of faith 22 clothing is being launched in stores across Australia over the coming months.
“It’s going to be great fun to see people looking to be in a faith that is authentic,” he said.
The Faith 21 range includes a hooded sweatshirt, hooded shorts, hoodies, gloves, gloves and hoodies for men, women and children.
“What people want from faith 21 is something that is going to feel like you are a part of something,” he added.
The first items are a set of Faith 21 gloves, which are available in black, orange, grey, white and pink.
They can be worn on their own or as part of a Faith 21 outfit.
The gloves are also available in a variety of other colours, from pink to red.
“You can choose your own colour,” Mr Tenton said of the gloves.
The faith 21 collection comes at a time when faith 21, or faith 22, is being embraced by a growing number of people, including people with autism and other developmental disorders.
Mr Dreon said that while the Faith 21 collection is for individuals, the faith 22 collection is aimed at the general public.
“So it’s not just for individuals with autism, it’s also for anyone who is feeling insecure, who is not comfortable with the way they look,” he explained.
“Just because you look different doesn’t mean that you have to change your beliefs.”
Mr Tandon said he wanted to create a “new type of faith” for people to embrace and help them grow.
“My hope is that as people embrace their faith, it can really change them and make them happier,” he told ABC Melbourne.
A video of a faith 21 fan wearing the Faith 22 collection can be seen below.