As animal rights activists, creators Jacqueline Harris & Charna Zucker are devoted to animal rescue missions; a portion of all of I ♥ Tyler Madison sales are donated to various animal shelters including the SPCA and ASPCA.
Paw it forward.
So, we bet you are wondering why the brand is called I ♥ Tyler Madison. Well, sometimes the best ideas come when you least expect it. And that’s exactly what happened to them. Tyler and Madison are their rescue dogs that they took in 9 and 11 years ago. While they thought that they would have so much to teach these neglected pups, it turns out that Jacqueline & Charna were the ones that learned so much from them. These dogs have taught them invaluable lessons of true acceptance, love, and self worth. They make them feel unconditionally adored, and they hope to inspire other women to feel the same.
ILTM stands for self worth, self love and self respect. They want women to feel as good as they can in our clothes, embracing their uniqueness along the way. The same pair of pants can look completely different on five different girls- and they love this. This is one of the reasons that their pants are pull on. Charna & Jacqueline don’t want girls to stress over something as silly as the “top button challenge.” Just pull on our slimming, easy to wear pants and you’re good to go.
As animal rights activists and true devotees of canine rescue missions, I ♥ Tyler Madison is a proud supporter of the SPCA & ASPCA. After all, our pups are pretty much our silent (or loud barking) third and fourth business partners. Who knows where we’d be without their acceptance. Probably fighting with a top button in a fitting room somewhere.
Charna & Jacqueline have always strived to blend their combined degrees in fashion, business and psychology by weaving positive self worth into every piece of clothing that they design. Oh, and they are also sisters, which means that they have mastered the art of collaboration and being kind to one another... most of the time. They see fashion as a great way for people to express themselves, and to help women be themselves.
After all, people comfortable in their own skin are even more comfortable in their own clothes.