British charity Oxfam has partnered with graphic designer Fergadelic (a.k.a Fergus Purcell) for a selection of customized vintage T-shirts sourced from the charity’s warehouse. Fergadelic, arguably best known for his work with labels including Palace and Aries, has created a special graphic declaring “Fight Poverty, Put People First, Champion Women’s Rights” that appears across various brightly colored T-shirts.
The collaboration between Oxfam and Fergadelic marks the launch of the charity’s pop-up location inside Selfridges as part of the Project Earth initiative. The new shop will be curated by stylist and consultant Bay Garnett, and is part of Oxfam’s “Second Hand September” project, which encourages consumers to go the whole month without buying any new clothing.
Take a look at the Fergadelic x Oxfam T-shirts in the gallery above. The pop-up store at Selfridges is open now and runs until October 4.
In other fashion news, THE CONVENI is also due to open a pop-up at Selfridges later this month.