Tees for the sea
Waking up the collective conscience to the plight of our oceans and endangered marine species is fashion designer Miranda Brown’s goal.
With her new environmental campaign “Free the Sea” aimed at raising awareness and funds for not-for-profits marine organisations and educators. When you buy one of the t-shirts $ 5 is donated to the not-for-profit you nominate on the site.
The Free The Sea T-shirt campaign from the Miranda Brown Conscious Cloth fashion label sees Miranda partner with Forest and Bird, Enviroschools and Project Jonah to create a line of funky and fashionable t-shirts for kids, teens and adults.
“Free the Sea started as a title for one of my fashion collections and I’ve always wanted to use it to really do something about the ocean environment, which is in a sad state of affairs with overfishing and pollution” says Miranda.
Made from organic cotton, organic vegetable dyes and print inks, Free the Sea t-shirts are 100% biodegradable. T-shirts cost $ 35 for kids, and $ 55 for adults. Free the Sea t-shirts will be sold via freethesea.co.nz There is a three week ordering window from May 10-31.