“The idea was simple. I used something that almost everyone I know wears, and put something on it that I think everyone needs to be reminded of,” states 3STRINGS founder and local Miami resident, Rachel Pellman.
Responding to a culture of slander, pretentious behavior and gossip, sayings such as “who are you to judge” in Hebrew, “who am I to judge” in Arabic and “as far as the eye can see” in French, provide a comfortable, unisex and fashionable alternative to boring white shirts.
With a limited print run available, we have feeling 3STRINGS is going to enter waiting list status.
To purchase 3STRINGS or learn more about the company, please visit www.the3strings.com.
The Name: 3STRINGS derived from a story about violinist Itzhak Perlman; After breaking a string on his violin, he played an entire concert with only 3 strings—having to modulate, change and re-compose the piece in his head as he went along. The moral is, in this shaky, fast-changing, world, it is our purpose to make our own version of music … at first with all that we have—and then, when that is no longer possible—to make the most with what we have left.