As Asai designer 2020 Stink Stank Stunk Grinch Wear Mask Covid Xmas shirt. A Sai Ta wrote on Instagram, “Black Lives before anything. Just start with one product. 100[% of] profits after the cost to make the garment. Your percentage reflects your compassion. Tbh nobody should be using resources in fashion to further pollute this world until what they create supports black lives and POC in every level.” As factories and studios gradually reopen, some designers have been able to quickly produce and sell new, limited-edition items with all proceeds going toward organizations fighting racial injustice. Last week, Fear of God’s Jerry Lorenzo released a T-shirt
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