“I originally started making clothes to cope with a breakup and a tough spot in my life,” explains designer Danny Calero. Then he turned his hobby into a sustainable brand that features upcycled vintage pieces—punky plaids, worn-in utility vests—that draw from all kinds of aesthetics. Now he uses his growing platform to share his creativity and also help his supporters. Calero recently held a secondhandclothing raffle where people pitched in a few dollars each and all proceeds went to youthsuicide prevention nonprofit the Jed Foundation. His future plans? To set up a mental health Discord group with other creatives so that artists can more easily connect with one another about mental health issues.