Our love for Millennial pink shows no signs of waning. Case in point: this t-shirt created by one of the fashion industry’s favorite young artists, Marco Santini. Not only is the shade universally flattering, but 100 percent of the proceeds benefit UN Women. Known for his graffiti-esque work, Santini’s design (modeled by Alima Fofana) features the word “equality” in 50 languages, which form the shape of a heart.
The shirt is part of a larger campaign launched by the Metropolitan New York Chapter of the organization’s U.S. National Committee to bring awareness to the passage of 25 years since world leaders adopted the Beijing Declaration and Platform for Action on women’s equal participation in all areas of life, and to engage gender equality advocates across generations to rectify its shortcomings.
Proceeds from sales will support UN Women programs in nearly 100 countries, helping to mobilize governments and civil society to align with UN Women’s Generation Equality: Realizing women’s rights for an equal future campaign.