J.Crew's Garments For Good

by The Daily Front Row

J.Crew is doing some good with a limited-edtion t-shirt that aims to raise awareness for the David Sheldrick Wildlife Trust. They enlisted Brookyn-based illustrator Hugo Guinness to draw an elephant, the unofficial mascot of Crewcuts, for the special shirt for J.Crew kids ages 0-16. (Though we know quite a few adults who could easily fit it into it.) 100 percent of the net proceeds from the sale of the shirt will be donated to the trust, which is the most successful oprah-elephant rescue and rehabilitation program in the world. You can pick up the $29.50 shirt on J.Crew.com or in stores.

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