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WEAR YOUR HEART ON YOUR SLEEVE.
The Graphic T shirt has to be the easiest thing to wear with your beloved jeans and the loudest way to get your message over, without opening your mouth!
With Glastonbury (pronounced Glass-ton-bury by the locals) kicking off this weekend, that’s over 100,000 T.shirts to be worn this weekend… Here’s our round-up of top tee’s!
NINE TOP TEE’S
SWEET CHARITY TEE’S
SAVE THE SEA TEE BY KATHERINE HAMNETT
Earn fashion kudos and peace of mind with famed activist and cult fashion designer Katharine Hamnett’s bold Save the Sea t–shirt. designed as part of Project Ocean, a partnership between Selfridges and the Zoological Society of London.Project Ocean aims to increase awareness of the issue over–fishing, thus inspiring change and raising funds. £10 of the purchase price of this product will be given to the Zoological Society of London to set up new marine reserves around the world….
UNIQLO’s limited edition collection of T.shirts designed by ten world famous celebrities with mesages of support for Japan, go on sale this Saturday 25th. UNIQLO will donate approx £750,000 to the Japanese Red Cross through the sale of these T.shirts around the world.
Artist-turned-designer Simeon Farrar found fame with his graphic-print tops, dresses and accessories, but it was his ‘Kate Mouse’ T-shirt that made him an instant favorite with It girls and editors alike. Following the devastating earthquakes in Japan earlier this year, Farrar has relaunched this iconic design to raise money for those affected – and, with the help of NET-A-PORTER, 50% of the profits will go towards the Japanese Red Cross charity appeal.