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ARSNL for Japan

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With all of the tragedies happening in Japan, it's no wonder that fashion designers are signing up to help out a great cause.

The street wear line, ARSNL, is joining the relief efforts for the victims of the Japanese earthquakes and tsunami. They have designed a T-shirt that can be worn by both women and men, and it has a pretty snazzy design.

The best part of the T-shirt is that 100% of the net proceeds goes to the victims in Japan.

The designers of the T-shirt, who are from Glendale, say that the reason they designed this shirt is because a lot of the inspiration for their regular lines comes from Japanese fashion, so they're doing everything they can to help the cause and rebuild a country in need. They see it all as, "fashion working for a greater good."

"The tee is meant to shed light on a disaster, but it should also be viewed as a sign of hope for everyone," say the ARSNL designers about the design of the shirt.

Jackthreads released the men's T-shirt last night, and it will be available for a few days. Billion Dollar Babes, released the women's T-shirt, as well. There are many colors available for both women and men.

So what are you waiting for? Grab your ARSNL Japan Charity Tee "Fashion for a Greater Good" T-shirt while supplies last. Remember, you're helping the victims and looking good while you're at it.




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