New York-based designer Tremaine Emory aka Denim Tears has linked with Cynthia Lu of Cactus Plant Flea Market on a collaborative set of vintage Champion sweatshirts sourced from Los Angeles showroom Please and Thank You. Each top is detailed with CPFM’s signature hand drawn smiley face, adorned with a red, black and green bandanna.
The effort was organized in an effort to raise funds for New York Immigration Coalition, an organization whose focus is keeping New York’s vulnerable immigrant population safe during a time of COVID-19.
According to Emory’s Instagram feed, he will provide more information “soon” on launch.
The collaborative effort includes a
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@cactusplantfleamarket & myself are offering these vintage champion sweatshirts with our rbg bandana smiley face online next week in order to aide the New York immigration coalition in they’re efforts to help immigrant workers who are the backbone of NY and the United States. Here is at statement from the NYIC’S website( link in bio): “Now, more than ever, New Yorkers must stand united against fear and xenophobia, and our elected officials must stand ready to ensure every New Yorker across the state can access the essential services they need to keep their families safe and secure, regardless of legal status.”…MORE INFO SOON!STAY SAFE! 🌵👖😢🗽🖤special thank you to @pleaseandthankyoustore for sourcing the vintage champion blanks!