The Ministry of Tomorrow is launching its new fashion brand with a World Music event on April 26 at the Lodge at the Regency Ballroom in San Francisco. Featuring Jamaican Reggae legend Anthony B plus two celebrated Afro-funk/World music artists, Sila from Kenya and Fely Tchaco from the Ivory Coast. The event will include a special guest DJ and surprise visual art performances throughout the evening by 3. Continue reading →
So, people ask…Does Ministry of Tomorrow have any religious affiliation?
The answer is ‘No’. The Ministry of Tomorrow does not hold one belief system higher than any other; instead, we find all forms of lineage to be intriguing, as these are the mindsets that represent the overall culture and diversity developed on planet earth.
Our intention is to provoke positive change through responsible commerce. We are a fashion company who advocates free thought.
We see the power of commerce, so we promote conscious consumerism. As consumers, people can directly change the world through their decision making process.