"I LOVE YOU FOREVER." is a charitable clothing line based in Switzerland.

"I love you forever." is more than just a sentence you'd say to a special someone or hear in a cheesy romance movie. It's more than just a clothing brand. With "I love you forever." we want to create something that's ever-lasting. We want to help and, most importantly, inspire others. That's also one of the reasons why for each item sold, numerous parts of every single profit made will be donated to a charity organization or a good cause. All of the products are being made under fair trade conditions. No animals are hurt during the process, and there's no child laboring. Like many others out there, we too, value quality over quantity. We may offer it in smaller amounts, but the meaning behind each line and piece is 100x more significant.

The heart striking up in flames symbolizes the eternal love towards the people in our lives who mean the most to us.

You won't just buy an item from us, but with your purchase, you will donate and take part in helping save lives & making a difference.

In this unique and personal case for one of our founders that initially sparked the whole idea of "ily4." we want to donate parts of our earnings to an institution helping against Sarcoma Cancer1 (a more likely rare tumor that occurs in the bones and soft tissues). According to a study in the U.S, each year, 40 in a 1,000,000 people are affected by such tumors. Hence its rarity, there isn't as much research as on other more common kinds of cancer. Depending on the stage, size, and position of cancer, it is likely incurable and can, if not surgically removable, lead to death. We may not help save the world, but we will try everything to help the people living in it. To expand the knowledge and resources on Sarcoma, we are donating 50% of all profit made from our first line called "Collection 22".

In loving memory of Claude Pierre Graf.

"I love you forever, dad.❤️‍🔥"
- Jean-Claude Graf

Founded, created, and designed by Jean-Claude Graf & Jakob Merkel

1. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sarcoma