Uniform+1 is an online subscription box service that provides personalized luxury and streetwear, created by the socially-conscious clothing label, Uniform, in efforts to increase public school attendance rates in Liberia.

“Our stylists are obsessed with tailoring every drop especially for you, based on your unique style profile,” Liberty said in a press release. “But best of all, you get what would be over $250 worth of clothing for $69 per drop.”

For the company’s debut subscription launch, Uniform collaborated with Harlem’s own A$AP Ferg who will curate the January box. In an interview with Complex, Ferg explains how he took it upon himself to check out Uniform’s headquarters.

“I didn’t want to get involved with the project if I ain’t know what it was about. So, I was like, ‘I gotta go to Africa,’” Ferg told Complex. “Before I even get started on anything, I wanted to go touch the people and see how the operation works […] The cherry on top is that we’re actually employing people. It’s providing more jobs, because the more uniforms that you put on these kids’ backs, the more jobs these people get; the more clothes we sell, the more uniforms we’ll be able to make. […] It’s literally feeding a village.”

Each month, Uniform+1 will combine its stylish basics with additional pieces curated by a high-profile artist, stylist or brand each month.

January’s box with A$AP Ferg drops January 26th. Be sure to subscribe over at