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Hackett London – British clothing and accessories brand is launching a limited edition polo shirt to aid victims of the Tohoku earthquake and tsunami in Japan. All proceeds from the sales will be donated to Japan Society “Tohoku Earthquake Relief Fund”. The shirt has been designed with traditional Japanese embroidery of the cherry blossom which is an emblem of love and affection. The declaration of ‘Hope’ is embroidered on the polo in English and Japanese characters, highlighting the belief in a positive outcome from such a disastrous and tragic act of nature.

The polo shirt is available in two colors – classic navy and white and is manufactured from 100% cotton pique. The shirt is priced at £49/ €60 and will be available in all of Hackett stores worldwide and online by the end of April with the option to pre-order in stores or register your interest on-line.

Jimmy Young-Whitforde |Storm| – the model is wearing the white polo shirt.

[*images courtesy of Hackett London]

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