Earlier this year, we saw a wave of streetwear brands and fashion designers use their skills to support charities and social movements doing meaningful work. Supreme teamed up with Japanese artist Takashi Murakami for a limited-edition box logo tee to help homelessness relief. Palace Skateboards did a similar thing. And when the Black Lives Matter movement came to the forefront of the cultural conversation, brands like Brain Dead and The Hundreds sold shirts to raise money in support. Now, the beloved retailer Dover Street Market has teamed up with some of the most prominent designers in the game for another collection of graphic tees, with 100% of the proceeds going to charities supporting healthcare workers across the globe.
This isn’t a one-off t-shirt; there are a whopping 31 tees in total. And DSM tapped a wide variety of red-hot designers, labels, and artists: Raf Simons, Marine Serre, Off-White,