The third iteration of TOME's White Shirt Project is upon us and it's making us happier than ever.
Started by Aussie expats and TOME designers, Ramon Martin and Ryan Lobo, the White Shirt Project is a charity initiative to raise money for the Freedom For All Foundation. In only its second year, it sees the release of three white shirts for a limited time, with all proceeds going to Freedom For All's work.
The foundation was founded by former Ford Models CEO Katie Ford and works to combat slavery around the world. It aims to give those who have been forced into labour a fresh start.
This week, The White Shirt Project 3.0 debuted exclusively on Net-a-Porter, with three styles available to purchase. There's the tie-up shirt ($475 USD), the polo shirt ($550 USD) and the polo shirtdress ($695 USD). They're all sustainably produced in NYC and all perfecto.
With select styles from last year's collection selling out within 24 hours, get on this asap.