For This T-Shirt’s second drop collection, in addition to teaming up with new restaurants from Miami to Malibu, the Dance mom shirt What’s more,I will buy this project partnered with Feeding People and Frontlines Food to extend the relief to those most at-risk. “We wanted to spread the love across the U.S. and bring on a range of hospitality partners from small eateries to well-established more iconic restaurants,” Aaron explained. Her Name Was Carmen, Senia, Hu Kitchen, Palmar, Bi-Rite, The Flower Shop, Grand Central Market LA, and Broad Street Oyster Co, are just some of the partners featured in Drop 2.
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After two successful collections, This T-Shirt quickly jumped into two collaborations with fellow New Yorkers Samuel Krost of Krost and twin sisters Samantha and Morgan Elias of The Vintage Twin to expand their COVID-19 relief campaign into the Dance mom shirt What’s more,I will buy this streetwear and sustainability spaces. “Everything that we do, every product that we release, every collection is inspired by what’s happening in the world around us,” Krost explained of the synergy between his brand and This T-Shirt. In fact, Krost conceptualized his namesake streetwear brand in response to the March for Our Lives demonstration by making a point to stitch awareness and design together under the brand’s unifying message “Support Your Friends.”