Ignored Prayers Taps Monte's Fine Foods for a Collaborative T-Shirt and Hat

Buy one, get a jar of tomato sauce free.

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Just over a year following a synesthesia-inspired Fall/Winter 2019 collection, Ignored Prayers has teamed up with Monte’s Fine Foods for a capsule collection inspired by its iconic tomato sauce.

Monte’s, also a collaborator of NOAH, has deep New York roots; the family’s Brooklyn restaurant, Monte’s Venetian Room, was a favorite hangout of stars like Al Pacino and Frank Sinatra. This collaboration pays tribute to Monte’s legacy and classic Little Italy social clubs, by way of a long-sleeved graphic T-shirt and “Social Club” hat.

These items are available now via the Ignored Prayers web store and ship with a jar of tomato sauce to try for yourself while supplies last.

Earlier this year, Ignored Prayers also participated in the Dover Street Market x When We All Vote collaborative collection, alongside Denim Tears, Cactus Plant Flea Market and more.

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