Designer T-shirts to save the sea

A roster of top fashion names are behind the new designs for the Environmental Justice Foundation

Kimberly Wyatt and Max Rogers wearing Fish School and Fish Circle T-shirts by John Rocha, £30 each
Kimberly Wyatt and Max Rogers wearing Fish School and Fish Circle T-shirts by John Rocha, £30 each

Since its foundation in 2000 the Environmental Justice Foundation has worked with communities around the world to protect the natural environment and address human rights abuses. In 2006, to highlight its Pick your Cotton Carefully campaign, it launched its rolling Just For T-shirt collection (from £30), and over the years collaborators have included Vivienne Westwood, Giles Deacon, Christian Lacroix, Katharine Hamnett and Kenzo Takada.

Max Rogers wearing a Rodnik Band Black Shark T-shirt, £30
Max Rogers wearing a Rodnik Band Black Shark T-shirt, £30
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This year’s Save the Sea campaign sees striking designs from Philip Colbert’s post pop art-inspired fashion label The Rodnik Band, multimedia artist Margot Bowman, Eley Kishimoto and John Rocha. The T-shirts are made from sustainably and ethically sourced cotton, with a carbon footprint 10 per cent that of the average high-street T-shirt. All profits fund the charity’s battle against ocean pollution.

Kimberly Wyatt wearing Eley Kishimoto’s Fish Under Moon T-shirt, £30
Kimberly Wyatt wearing Eley Kishimoto’s Fish Under Moon T-shirt, £30

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