Leggz of Art Program
2021 was our first year of our Leggz of Art program where we selected a Canadian artist to collaborate with us to develop an exclusively designed pair of leggings that highlighted the artist and She’s Got Leggz on social media and through our corporate and replicated websites. This is an outstanding opportunity to feature your story and your artwork on a national level!
Our 2022 Leggz of Art artist has been chosen – congratulations to Tina Makwana!
Submissions for the 2023 Leggz of Art Program will open August 15, 2022.
*Please note: this program is not open to employees of or Stylists with She’s Got Leggz.*
2022 – Rejuvenate Leggings by Tina Makwana
REJUVENATE is our new print for our Leggz of Art Program. The artwork on these leggings is from Canadian artist, Tina Makwana. Tina, a self-taught artist, found art in her life at a young age and has used many mediums – sketching, painting and food art. She loves her art to capture her personality and culture.
These limited edition artwork leggings combine two of Tina’s creations – a dappled paisley and lotus flower design in bright vibrant colours represent regeneration, purity and enlightenment. The design also includes the golden elephant head symbolizing strength, power and prosperity.
In Tina’s words: “As a Hindu, as a woman, as an artist, this piece shows the fun and exciting aspects of colours, the delicateness of the flowers, yet the bold and strong motivation of nature.”
2021 – Suncatcher Leggings by Tracey Metallic
SUNCATCHER is our inaugural print for our Leggz of Art Program. The artwork on these leggings is from an Indigenous artist, Tracey Metallic. Tracey’s story of the Suncatcher is a deeply passionate one born of her journey through struggles and depression. Through her art, she found an outlet to express herself. These leggings combine Suncatcher and elements of Tracey’s other artwork to create this beautiful limited edition print.
Tracey has chosen The Bloom Group and Bent Arrow Traditional Healing Society for the per-pair donations.
To read Tracey’s story, “My Story, Our Story”, or for more info, click below.