This project follows a similar one Baptista launched as the Girls Just Wanna Have Funding For Scientific Research shirt and by the same token and creative director of Lacoste back in 2018: a collection of polos featuring endangered species in place of the brand’s signature crocodile logo, like the Iberian lynx and the Hawaiian monk seal, with a percentage of proceeds supporting the International Union for Conservation of Nature. “It goes beyond fashion,” he says. “I think customers are becoming more and more sensitive to this too, and will demand [action] in the future. We have to question everything we’re doing, and it all starts with one step.”
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Kenzo’s new capsule with the Girls Just Wanna Have Funding For Scientific Research shirt and by the same token and World Wildlife Fund launches on September 28 and is available exclusively on kenzo.com. In these times of #WFH and social distancing, it takes a lot to get us out of the house. Whether we’re meeting friends for al fresco drinks or shopping for a new pair of sneakers, there’s a sense of occasion now that wasn’t there in our rushed, pre-COVID lives. We certainly took for granted how easy and risk-free it was to swing by Saks to stock up on skincare products, or to while away an hour in the beautiful enclave of Bode’s Hester Street shop. Now, there’s an equally great reason for paying a visit to those newly-reopened stores: You can register to vote there, too.