Former professional Counter-Strike pro Stephanie “missharvey” Harvey who retired last year is now launching her first-ever unisex apparel collection called ‘Rose Water’ in partnership with Represent, an American merchandising agency. The five-time CS:GO world champion who now works as an executive with Counter Logic Gaming has established a Digital Citizenship Company called ÉLEVEY, which is all about “uplifting one another, and putting ourselves into the world as the best digital citizens we can be.”
Five-Time CS:GO World Champion Launches Clothing Brand
The first collection under the brand called ‘Rose Water’ features tops, masks, hoodies, and jackets which are designed for comfort and functionality. She believes that the clothing line combines “esports culture, pop fashion and art, each garment has been hand-picked to meet a high standard of quality and design.”
ÉLEVEY seems to be more than just a clothing brand for Harvey who believes that the brand is about the following,
- Believing in equality and psychological safety in the online world.
- Lifelong learning and growth, “we believe in digital citizens who care about each other and who don’t raise themselves up at the expense of others.”
- Standing up to cyberbullying, combating cyber dependence, and valuing cybersecurity. In support of this movement, the website states that 75% of its proceeds from every mask purchase will be going towards the anti-cyberbullying foundation Cybersmile.
The first collection consists of 3 half-sleeved t-shirts, 1 full-sleeved t-shirt, 1 full-sleeved crop-top, 1 hoodie, 1 mask, and 1 wind sheeter. The entire collection is Unisex and comes in a range of sizes starting from Small to Extra Large with the shipping of all orders starting from 18th December onwards.
Harvey is one of the best female Counter-Strike players to have ever competed in the game professionally. She is a five-time CS:GO world champion having won Electronic Sports World Cup (ESWC) Women Counter-Strike tournament in 2007, 2010, 2011, 2012, and 2015 with three different teams SK Ladies, UBINITED, and CLG Red.
The 34-year-old Canadian since retiring last year in 2019 has taken an executive position with Counter Logic Gaming an organization with whom she has played for around 4 years.