Hit+Run, the platform designed to give a voice to passionate creatives and causes, and Revision, the responsible and progressive online store that enables you to shop archival, new season and made to order designer collections have collaborated for a one-off t-shirt collection in aid of Ukraine. The range includes pieces from 15 of the UK’s most exciting designers and artists, including a host of the Revision brands – but also Know Wave Radio, illustrator Helen Bullock & Ukrainian born Epoch-A (soon to launch on Revision).
The For Ukraine collection consists of 42 designs, with profits going to support the DEC (Disasters Emergency Committee). There are long sleeve and short sleeve options, some feature illustrations, others abstract prints, bold graphics and slogans. Each of them has a powerful impact, and are truly unique.
The campaign was shot in and around West London’s Trellick Tower, as a nod to the brutalist architecture that can be found all over the incredible city of Kyiv.
Everything at Hit+Run is made to order, fair trade, and produced in organic cotton or recycled polyester. All designs are digitally printed using non-toxic ink, nothing is screen printed as the chemicals used are highly toxic and there’s zero plastic packaging. These high standard eco-credentials match those at Revision, which is a circular fashion retailer that enables you to shop past, present and future, directly from luxury designers around the world. It sells archival pieces alongside new season collections, helping independent brands reduce their waste and contribute to the circular economy, keeping products in use for as long as possible and thus extracting their maximum value.
The 15 designers who have created pieces are Andel, Eleanor Butler-Jones, Emily Frances Barrett, Epoch-A, Fiona O’Neill, Johanna Parv, MARIEYAT, Ruth Leslie, Second Best, Sweetlimejuice, The Ouze, Worme, Helen Bullock, Petra Borner and Know Wave.
The full collection will be available to shop viarevision-store.com & hitandrun.ltd prices start at £50 to £60, with all profits going to DEC.