ShopBop and Glamour do tshirts for charities

If you’re a up and coming designer and Glamour magazine approach you to design a tshirt for charity you would be over the moon. It would be a bonus if you were asked to nominate your closest charity so 30% of the proceeds can be donated to them.

Well ShopBop have teamed up with Glamour and Splendid to support twelve great causes – six designers and their chartities.

The six talented designers and their charities:

  • Jenni Kayne for Rape Treatment Center at Santa Monica-UCLA Medical Center: Coral-colored sketch of a woman in a field of poppies wearing Jenni’s Grecian one-shouldered gown.
  • Rachel Roy for Children’s Hope India: A unique take on Rachel’s signature in distressed metallic gold.
  • Rodarte for National Multiple Sclerosis Society: Black and white light bulbs covering the shirt with one illuminated yellow bulb.
  • Sari Gueron for Free Arts NYC: Original watercolor paining of an owl spreading its wing across the front of the shirt.
  • Thread Social for Women In Need, Inc.: Graffiti print inspired by the spring 2007 collection.
  • Vena Cava for American Refugee Committee’s Darfur Relief Effort: Pen and ink Art Deco & Native American inspired graphic drawing.

The images they created, along with the designer’s signature, were then printed onto a white cotton Splendid t-shirt. There is only 250 shirts per design and is on sale now at – remember 30% of the proceeds will go to the various charities each designer supports.

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