In aid of this year’s Climate Week (21 - 27 March) super designer Eley Kishimoto has created an exclusively limited-edition t-shirt in aid of the Environmental Justice Foundation’s campaign (modelled by heavyweights Lily Cole, Gemma Arterton and Gillian Anderson to name but a few). The cute tree design t-shirts are organic, ethically produced and are manufactured exclusively using wind and solar power.
Of her design Kishimoto says: “Our t-shirt design incorporates the ‘tree of life’, a concept that exists in many cultures across the world. In itself this represents nature and reminds us to look towards a positive future. We worked with a play on an age-old patchwork motif, symbolising the care and attention our planet needs, translating the idea that all life on earth is connected, and we should work together to tender our environment.”
Available to purchase exclusively from Tesco - who are the headline partner for Climate Week - this great garment will only set you back £10 – so head down to Tesco before the end of the week!