T-Shirts Support Bangladesh Garment Industry Workers


The Spectrum&Ali&Tazreen&Rana T-Shirts were made to support and cause awareness of the growing epidemic that is fast fashion and the horrific garment factories pushing clothing and accessories out at breakneck speeds.

Each of the four garment factories listed on the t-shirt have contributed to roughly 1,618 deaths, an equal amount of injuries and serial maiming that goes beyond human recognition.

With little regulation and protection of garment worker’s rights and safety, these t-shirts are a call to #StopFastFashion and to show support for worker’s worldwide that deserve better treatment, wages and a new level of human respect.

Fashion can be done right. These t-shirts are made from an entirely traceable supply chain in North Carolina by TS Designs in Burlington, North Carolina.


All t-shirts are made of 100% North Carolina-grown, super-soft ringspun cotton, are certified “dirt to shirt,” and every shirt has a code that the wearer can use to see every member of the supply chain that made his or her product.

All graphics are created from water-based inks.

T-shirt design inspired by Experimental Jetset.

100% of proceeds go to the Clean Clothes Campaign to help with continued coverage and monitoring of working conditions in the global garment industry.

$30 (U.S. shipping only!); You can buy one here.

Starre Vartan is founder and editor-in-chief of Eco-Chick.com and the author of the Eco-Chick Guide to Life. She's also a freelance science and environment writer who has published in National Geographic, CNN, Scientific American, Mental Floss, Pacific Standard, the NRDC, and many more. She lives on an island in Puget Sound with her partner and black cat. She was a geologist in her first career, and still picks up rocks wherever she goes.